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KY., THURSDAY AFTERNOON, AUGUST 2. 1917. 3E TO THE DEMO- NUMBER 13. villi this law, nlthoiigh there is a penalty attached to this law, as he well knows, for Ins failure to comply with 12 CRATIC VOTERS OP it. I am Informed inn' hii been repeatedly callid on ii.' the cilizensnf as1 ilia ciuntv to do his duly In res GARRARD COUNTY. pect and maki! thin publication, this and has nlsc, in I am informed, been called on On the 22ud day of March, l'J17, I by the grand Jury caued to be published in the Central Inw, und yet up to to comply with this this time he has Itecord mi article which failed to do so. Knowing, aa he giving rny reasuns In detail why hound to know, this law, and having thought deserved the support of the tnken the oaih of olIW to comply with peoplg of this county in the race for the law fully, why in it that Judge County Judge ut tho coming primnry Arnold has not nude this public statecltction. and I gave In detail h history of the affairs of the olllcc while- I oc- ment of the financial stutus of this county for each year, and if l.e had cupied the position of County Judge of done so, the voters of the county would your County, and I think the reasons have known in detail the whole ronrce given by me in my former article were of revenue of the county and exactly conclusive that 1 descrvu their support how each dollar of their money was for ronomination for County Judr.e. spent, and would have stopped u great On July 20. 1U17. the Centrnl Record deal oT the controversy, if not ull of it, contains an article from my opponent, on this subject between us. Can it be Judgo Arnold, uddrested to the Demo possible that Judge Arnold had some cratic voters of the county, and I felt it motive which he thought to his private my duty to myself and to the voters of advantage in his race in this matter, county, to make u brief reply to this by his suppression of these facts and said article and to give them further by his failure to comply with the law facts and reasons why I think I deserve on this subject? We think these their support in thiselection. And at the facts that have given should bo start I wish to state emphatically that considered we all by the voters of this it has never been my purpose or desire county, and after they have considered to create ojiv dissension in our party or my record and Judge Arnold's record. endanger the election of our nominee, they can then make up their minds as My purpose liaa been ttf givo to th to who they think is most worthy of public the facts on which I claim the LIVE AND LET LIVE FOLKS. right to their support, and in order tlieir support for the Democratic nonv inatipn for the County Judge of Gar briefly to bring before the people these rani County. lucis, i wmi 10 siaie mat when I re In conclusion I wish to state that tired from the otlice of County Judge, I will deeply uipreciate any support we had a bonded indebtcdnejs, incurred nun i may get in this matter, and I tins hU fortune invested In stocks of by iiopular vote for the purpose of ,T0 THE PEOPLE OP corporation, londs. mortgages, securi erecting public roads, of which there hind myself, if nominated and elected, ties, and not-s- , fioin paving county. was a balance due of $19,000, and we to fully and completely comply with M school and town taxes of every kind also had a general indebtedness of the law in all respects and make you in MY NATIVE COUNTY. whatsoever, although he gets all the I2,000, instead of $15,000 as the future, ns I have done in tho past, stilted in benefit, liurrard county lojcs iif my former article. This maje n bond- u faithful mil reliable ofiicial. In virious panera of the district will Respectfully, lm rnitn.i mii ineuneinmeraui mana oi revenue nlone liy this dill $1,400, which ed indebtedness and general indebted, icon only be raised by an increased ness combined of 131.000. and ut the A. D. FORD. i i Mr Mnimi i I" AOnil fll'H FriiltlllV. i.. "H" assessment of real estate. Kor the time that I went out of olTice seeks to attnek me. I am not greatly above there was reasona voted nKtriAl the bill. due and owing by I have noticed that surprised the sheriir to the TO THE DEMOCRATS OP "With chnrity towards allnnd malice county for general expenses when it man in running abend In npoliti the sum toward none" I clese my campaign, of about $5,000, of which my cal race that he ia always the subject successor confident that my people will stand by got GARRARD COUNTY. the benefit, and deducting this sum of just such attacks ns these No one mi on Saturday next und that ictory of ?5,000. left the total indebtedness over attacks the fellow in the rear. Ilefore you have selected your nomiwill he ours and that llarrard will have of $215,000. of which $19,000 was in road have livid In Uarrard County all my nee for County Court Clerk which will life, therefore my personal character thu lion r of furnishing ne district of- bonds und $7,000 of general indebted bo on August itli. I would like for you ficer jut as her neighbor. Iloyle. therefore is known to all of you. ness. to consider u few facts in regard to of his piece with eon Lincoln and Caney are doing at the The article recently published by my treat that part the three candidates before you act in tempt, especially so when the moral present time. opponent shows that the bonded Indebtthis primary. 1 wish to say thnt there Moit respectfully, edness of thii county is now $30,000. if. Cl.AY KAUITMAN. Of thin amount $15,000 is still owing on is n principle involved which is moie nniu.1 In fliitt t. ..' n ti I niltlll' sacred than the emoluments of this ofI never In my life, in my nice, or in the oiiginal roud bonded indebtedness another, guve to it llonter. whiskey "ur The residence, of W. 11. Maon which und $15,000 for the building of the fice and that is rotation in ollice. It has been the history of all parties! & ' Bold Intt Saturday at public auction court house, und $20,000 money, of general in brought the KUin of $10,100. There was debtedness, making, as shown by the in the past that where a few men or a As to the part about pleading limitu-lio? few families try to hold the offices conin n suit I plead it because my cli- a good crowd and bidding waa spirited. statement of my opionent himself, tinuously that the party has gone down claimed he had paid the debt once ent that the the county now owes, $50,000, in defeat sooner or later and history and asked me to plead same. I was Instead of $2;,000, as shown by the will GOOD NEETING repeat itself in the tuture as it has be true to taught when studying law to records at the time 1 retired from the in the past. I only make this state- $jj Kev. C. my clients and to give them the benefit of Crab Orchard ia office of County Judge, ur.d the article ment as a simple reminder because I ot every defense that I he law affords; stilt preaching tu good audiences at of my opponent makes it plain that the am deeply interested in the success of this I have done in the past and expect I'leasant lirnve where a aeries of meet general indebtedness at this time of my to so continue, be the amount involved inga began last Saturday evening. The the county of Carrard is $20,000. What I party. For more than twenty years have etarietl in its mnnv vfMnrt.ua $1.75 or 110,000.00. Mr Mount to the meeting will continue throughout the it will be by the first day of January here-i- n the county and shared in its ' contrary notwithstanding Personally week and nerhaps until the middle of next, he does not state, but intimates VI few defeats. I was born in the East I was never sued for any arount. next week. that it may be us much as $35,000, und Hryantsville precinct of Garrard county record In the Legislature As to my thinks that the revenues coming in almost forty-twyears ago and reared this is known to all of you through your from general taxation will meet this there, and have been actively engaged SELLS MORE HOGS. I voted You know that local papeN indebtedness. The records show that in farming all mv life have been confor all temperance measures that camel Mr Virgil (lastineau, the champion on the llth day of February. 1317. to pursue my chosen occupation before that body including the submis hog raiser of the county, sold ";i mce they borrowed the sum of $10,000 for tented und to support the Democratic party sion of the State Wide Amendment. ones to Mr Alex Dotv that averaged general indebtedness purposes. all these years my people have done I wish also to repeat for the infor 'Ml pound, for 15 cents n iiund. Mr the same thing for many years and aaKwn keeper tor there was no sucn Castineau litis sold nearly $1,01)0 worth mation of the public, that during my none of us have ever asked for any !. i.... i.. wiiui- - I ....... .. Tim i...r II uriuii; uiui uuuy of hogs this year from his farm, from term of ollice we built not less than ollice within tlm gift of the people. I prrtr. If ho rfirti to the hi In in his own raising, fifteenlniles of new turnpike, and dur- feel that after so many years of serolucel nn nasseil for the iiuriwwt of ing the term of ollice of my opponent vice and supjiort that we urn entitled Asulintt atwtmr.ts tUtt Intl. mtnl'tltt ills not one mile of new turnpike has been to some recognition at the hands of tho TEACHERS INSTITUTE. built, and I wish ulsu to call the at- party with which we liavu been pleased) tention of the voters to this important to The (lurranl County Teachers' Inuiiiuaie uu inese years. .My opponI'ort. I voted for ever single one of fact, that we did not huve a dollar of ents families have stitute will bo held in Lancaster, been fed from the tiiese bills and nt Covernor Stanleys All teachers who hold cer- - nid or assistance from the State of public crib for tho last twenty years. personal solicitation I inlluenced six out tilicates or exwct to tuko the examina- Kentucky while I was in the ollice o( They are still asking you tor your sup cf seven members that lie usked mu to tion in September County Judge, but that now the county port und how long they will continue to uie required to at-- i insinuation vote for them. As to the tend the full session of this Institute. of Carrard gets as mucii as $8,000 a nsk you, God in his infinite wisdom being irade tu uaout any nroiHisitioii year State Aid, which, with the $S,000 knows. Do you Miss Jennie iiiggins, Supt. stand for Democracy 4 by Mr Keeiiou, want to say that1 that the county of Carrurd would have or Autocracy? If you stand for Demo11 did not nt any time nor any one else to contribute to get this $8,000 from cracy come and join ' the forces and help c r olTcr or furnish ino money or make. DOING HIS BIT. the Stute, would inuke $10,000 which me so you can truthfully bay that I n' j kind of u proposition tu me about, have each for yr.ace. did not see him when bo Ono ten vear old boy in town with n they wouldand 1 think I year state, road have cust my vote for a man that came purposes, can as from u family ,leart fu" ,,f love nl sympathy for that has never held or iii other friends were in thu people know, that with the exceptfront has ion of one roud in Carrard County, tho sought public ollice. I urn n poor man tei I have never made it single prom-- , tllosu w,l nrt,st K" 'u ross lor worK. ""' lliey public roads in the county are ull out with family, huve been true and loyal ise about what I would do if elected to the ;senato and do not expect to make liave "Kiit him to knit "wash rags", of fix und badly in need of repair, not to '.he Democratic party, nover having any except those promises that I made which he is now knitting with the pre-i- n withstanding this sum ot $S,000 a year fulled to bupport its nominees ut all times and under ull circumstances. Do my public speeches and written ' ci,,on nnu" dexterity of the society belle. given by the Stute to aid 4liu county in declarations. I expect to go there, if i 11 s'eins if a small boy is not willing the building und repairing of public you think am asking anything unjust or unreasonable when I usl; for your "ere Is so much to bo roads. ,lllY wllcl at all. just us 1 went before, not tied lo support? Knot, givo me this nomit,o any one, with one purpose to do all done, all could find work to do and do Now, in conclusion, I wish again to nation and I promise to curry the banthe good for our atutu that I can. lie cull the uttentioii of the voters of this ner to victory at tho coining November and othem (tomo from luljolnmg councounty lo the fuct that during the time election and to fill the ollice soberly ties) would try to make tlio impression that Judge Arnold, my opponent, has und industriously to QUARTERLY MEETING. the very beat of tliut I fought the present statu udiiiin- occupied the responsible position of my ability and will extend ki.id und istratiou while mnember of the last) The fourth and last uartirly County Judge of Cnt.-ur-d County, lie this IllteViso is untrue. On!R for this Conference year will be lias never caused to bo published, us courteous treatment ts all witli whom come in contact. I urn in the race to the other hand I usslsted by my vote , u,,l t ti10 Methodist Church Saturday required by law, the statement of the win and leel confident that If the votund whut little inlluenco I hud. to pass i,it!tt und Sunday. Tho Presiding financial matters of the county while ers of Garrard county will give this r.iuer, uev. j. ii. urcer win preucli ho has been in ollice, Tho stututu on mntter their V ' careful and thoughtful duccd und passed ouo of them mytelf Saturday night, the service beeinnlnff tho subject is clear and explicit, and consideration that I will receive u de " Auti Trust Hill. I did voto l at 7:110. After tho pi'e'uchmg Saturday requires the County Court, through to wit:-Tlthe cisive majority on Saturday Aug. 4th. uguinst tho new Tux Law, because night, the Quarterly Confeiencu will County Judge, to publish each year a Very respectfully, Kirst;-Th- e people in this county to a bo held. Kvery odicial member is finunciul statement showing ull the JEl'THA ONSTOTT. man that spoke to me about same ad urged to bo present lit the Quarterly revenue collected for the yeur and vised and insisted that I voto uguinst Conference. Kev. U. V. I (oilmen, of showing in detail what this revenue same and, it was no small number, Hubble, will preucli Sunday morning was f pent for. Tho purpose of this Your account is past due among the number weru tho very best and assist in administering tho sacru-me- statute is not only to mako the County I need the money and must friends of tho statu administration: of the Lord's Supper. Key. Judge and tho County Court do its Orcer will preach again at night on duty, but to let the people know how insist on immediate settle-me- at in principle fur it provides that tho Sunday at the union service which will their money has been handled, and alIf you owe me please farmer and owner of real estuto must be held at the Christian Church. though Judge Arnold has occupied the pay state, county, school and town Every body invited to attend theae responsible (wsition of County Judge call at once. taxes while It exempts the man who services. V, U. l'ulmeter. I'astor. of Garrard County, he ha not complied Mrs Rella A. Francis. 3BE1I: ME 3 BFIE Special Prices For Ten Days on h- We sell the 1 I 1 1 BUGGES Wagons, ETC. AND I OLD HIOEOEY Conn vgi nir Brothers. E3 tl A full line of Hand Made Wagon wag ons Harness. HASELDEN BROS. Lancaster, Kentucky ikiliMslrljS'rSJljlMi lHlJljjrSllil!i):gl, 1 1 i 1 VH Y take another because they say it is as good as I ft GLEN LILY That is only to acknowledge GLEN LILY is the best. The only unbleached, unblended flour that you can buy in central Kentucky. A Garrard County Product. n Iuri. Garrard Milling Co. o 1 I Buggies, Wagons, I I I 1 Harness. I hav.e a complete line and can save you money. Call and see our goods and get our prices before buying. 1 I '' 1 " ii i W. J. Romans The Central Record, Thursday, Aug 2, 1917. LOWiSLL ALL AROUND THE FARM RAISE MORE LIVE STOCK. Cattle, Shoop and Hoot Will Comraandl High Price. For Next Thr.o Year.. "ItnUc moro 11 o ilock; there will 1k high prices for nt lp.ut thrco years to conio." Tills Is nn emergency moaifo to formers nnd (stock growers from il. Ilownril Davison, president of the IJvo Stock exposition nnd chairman of the executive commlUee of tlie National Agricultural society. Says Mr. Davison: "In uiy Judgment tlicro will be a fcarclty of nearly nil kinds of live stock for some time to come, nnd farmers nnd stockmen should make their plans accordingly. This means that there should Ik-- no selling of young animals or female breeding stock merely because current prices nre high. Better money can h made by working on tho understanding that high prices for hogs, cntflc, sheep and other live stock wljl rule for nt least throe or four years to come. "There Is no doubting this In view of the knowledge that Europe has lost over TO per cent of Its live stock, that the whole world, In fact, Is suffering from a serious shortage In all kinds of food animals, "Thero Is so much concern over a possible wheat or potato shortage that tho public Is forgetting the meat situation. As a matter of fact. If evrry effort were made to Increase the country's supply of cattle It wonld be nt least three years before solid results would be npparent. As regards sheep, It would require nt least two years to Increase In make any considerable numbers, eveu thouth every ewe were breeding purposes. held back for "The best possible program for the farmer from tho btnmlpolnt of either patriotism or proflt Is to raise more live stock nnd to work on n three or T. It. Kuhlnmn ia spending a few days In Cincinnati this week. J. II, Davis nnd J. M. Lee were in Lancaster on business Wednesday. Miss Lillian Doyle of Lancaster is visiting her cousin, Miss Helen lloyle. Lime, sand brick, rock screenings, salt. Hudson, Hughes & Knrnau. Mrs. Raymond Cates nnd chi'drcn were visitors ot Mrs. T. It. Kuhlman, Sunday. WHEELER'S DANVILLE'S LARGEST FURNITURE SAVE EVERY Oil Don't Let a Pound of Foot! Rol on the Ground. REDUCE YOUR GROCERY BILL Little Miss Gladys Odelle l'nrks of Richmond is spending n week with her grandparents. Miss Kmmn Kinnard was n visitor last Friday of W. L. Howe and family of Richmond. Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Sadler and Mrs. John Wheeler were shoppers In Lan caster Tuesday. Mrs. Ilrandenburg and son, of Win chester were guests last week of her sister, Mr Kdd Hrown. fJMr. John Tudor andtfamily and M r. and Mrs. ;'l om M arsee spent Sunday witn S. P. Davis and tamily. Misses Ethyl Duncan of Ileren, nnd Emmaiene Kearns of Winchester, were the pleasant guests of Mrs. It. L. Dun can, Thursday- Ikroehler' RUG AND Htro Ara the Point. You Notd to Know About Canning Vegetable, ami Fruit. For tho Wintry Day. Ahead of U. All In Wartlm.. (Prepared t'f nniergency Food STORE It will pay you to visit our new store In the new Gllcher Hotel Building, and convince yourself that we are showing the largest line of FURNITURE AND RUGS Mrs. Margaret'Kuhlman was hostess at an elegant'dining last Tuesday for the following guests: Mrs. L. C. Wal lace and (laughter, Margaret, of Kelso, Washington, Mr. Jas Clark and Miss Eslelln, of Marksbury. Mrs. George Ilallard of Lancaster, and Mrs. Jack Davis and little Miss Lucile of Paint Lick. of any store in Central Kentucky. We make a specialty of furnishing complete outfits to the newly weds. All goods are delivered free of charge within a radius of fifty miles of our store.' If it is not convenient for you to pay all cash down, you can easily arrange to pay the balance at some future time. We carry a large line of Cook Stoves, Ranges & Refrigerators Co. All our goods are bought in car load lots at a saving from 15 to per cent to our customers. Prices and satisfaction guaranteed. 20 A. P. Wheeler Furniture Danville's Largest Furniture and Rug Store. Builneu.Phoaogriphy TYPEWRITING and x WILBUR R SMITH BUSINESS COLLEGE 11 In m.rc.ntll. Itl l'rwM.nth. yeftf flp.rl.ocrrforatlB Sv1" and b.nkloc bmintM, ftlfo o y.r. roan, fo.n .ill wnm.tt for .ncrr.. mrr.mn now. Mr. 4Ujmi WU.BCB B. BOOKKEEPING CLCUKArn Danville, four year program at least" PURE BRED Kentucky. KEENE LUTES, . Manager. Guttlrti ConiinlMli n I Select tounil vegctnblca nnd fruit. If possible, run ilnni the funic day llicj" nru picked. Wn.li clean anil prepare tliciii. Have ready on tho atom it can or lall I'f boiling water Place tho vegetables or fruit. In cheesecloth or In mine nthrr torou reccptnblc-- - a vtlre basket U rirrilrnt -for dipping ni:-- l blanching them In boiling witter. l'nt tlii'tn whole Intti tin '"'IHnC n. Im.' l tcr. After ttio ivuler Ik".- Ix'irln tn count the hln:i h.ng tunc Tho blanching tlnio urlci II in 0111 to twenty tiilnuu. mcoritln: to the tcgctablo or fruit When the blanch ing I. complete remove tin, vegetable or fruit, from thu IhiIIIue water nml pluugo them n tilimlKT of time tutu roM ater tit balden the rnll' nnd rhck tho How of coloring inntler. Io ii"t nllnw tit utt'.d In cold wnter Tho loiitiiliiem khoittil ! to Merlllzp clean. It l not them lu .team or Lilllng nntir e tllllus them, for tho rrmon that In tin Cohl 1'iick proeriK Inilh the Iti.ttlr. of iontaIiie,i nnri thu eon lent, are terlllnl. Tlir Jarn hIioiiIiI l e ht nletl Ufero tho cohl proiluct Ix put In thetu 1'aiU tho pntluri into tho rimt,.lner.i. Inning nliiiut n UartiT of nil liti.li of i:ieo at tilt" toll. With ntlil one locl ten mni 'ii Till of tnlt tn cacti quart roiituliirr ami till nltli U.lUn- - unler. With fnill. DRAFTERS. MTII,lmll. Pennsylvania State College Hae Established a Clydesdale Shid. nouncement that tho Pennsylvania State College School of Agriculture and experiment station Informed the public of tho advent of the first pure brsd colt bom on the college farm. The demand for good, slvble draft horses for city as well ns farm work It was with rather pretentious an- SALE OF O Lord Albert II., Clydesdale foal, and his dam, Bonnie Princes Lord Albert II. was born March JS and weighed 1D0 pounds. lie was aired by Lord Albert. He Is owned by the I'cnnsylvanla State College of Agriculture. O bos held the price on such animals at a steady or advanced figure. Draft colts cau bo sold In Pennsylvania nt a proflt Tho Pennsylvania market for draft horses is higher than Chicago or St. Louis, duo to the extra express or freight from the middle west to eastern points nnd nk-of the difficulty experienced the last few years with "shipping fever" in western horses. With n view to establishing u Cljdcs-dalbreeding stud of worth nud merit, tho Pennsylvania State College School of Agriculture nnd Experiment Stutlon recently purchased four mature Clydesdalo brood mares, two fillies and a stallion colt. These unluiuls arrived In February nnd huvo been pronounced the right nnd serviceable kind by all horsemen who have examined them. o Horses, Mules Cattle, Jacks, Etc Miles from Lancaster, on I will at my Jarm Two and One-HaLexington Pike, on lf 1 Jnr nltvnya me n new tho rubltT by .trrfcblns or turning lunlilo out. I'll on tho rn'i. Nt nml put tho Itl In plnct If thn rontulner lint it mtciv. turn ns lianl nt KMilblp, but Use only tho thumb uml little tltiger In t Isti I otilitR It ThU makes It poMtlp for atenut Beneratel within to ccaptf nml proreiiU break. If n r.'i" top Jar I. imoii, Minp net' tlio ti;i tall only, leaving t,!io lower ball bx'M- - during .tcrlllzntliii. Tin aim l:uulil Ih completely aealttl, l'lacu tlm llllitl nml cappl colitnltirm on t!io rack la tho ulerlllier If tho liouii'innilo or couimrrclnl hot uater tintti outfit In '.lull nm nuttiorltlei In that rnnugli nutcr should lx In the Niller to como nt least one Inch ntxito tho top, f the contnlnent nml that the water In Ndllu out fh uil never ta nlloutsl to dro to tho level lUglli to count procon of theo top lug time when tlio water begin In bull. the end of tho tt rllliln ierlxl reniore tho coiitnlnera from tho iterll Iter. I'n .ti n cot en on tightly nt once; tip each container over to tett for leakage, find .tore. He (.tiro that no draft li nllounl to blow on glasn Jnr.. at It may rnui-- e bn aUng. If Jam n ro to U' .toreil where thero Is ttrong light, wrap (hem tu paper, preferubly brown, n llglrt will failo tlio color of product cnnncil lit glat Jars ami MimctlmcK ruin tiw vnluo. With n Kln Ti-- tt uo klrus. ruhU--r lt ,t THE FEMININE SCOUT. All g Girl. Aro Thi. nig. Cottio khaki cut Just like n aoldlcr loy' tho uniform ndnpteil by KlrU who mv leitnilug to iim tlrvnnn for Ov.r th 1 Country Don-nln- Navy Bean, For War Crop. Navy or Held beatu) Is one of tho crops to grow In Missouri nnd to tho southward, says Missouri Agricultural college. Ilcuns will make n good yield on poorer boll than almost any other furm crop. They may bo planted then on soil which wonld not produco ii good corn crop, liven on thin Mills they will not require fertilizers. They cau bo planted late, ufter iW sp.ing rush of other crops Is over. They will demand only a third tho cultivation required for corn. A yield of from ten to tweuty-llvbushels may be In a favorable season nnd with average care. Theho advantages, together with their high food valuo and tho ease with which they can bo stored innke navy beam an excellent war crop. easiit-- t Wednesday, Aug 15th, '17 beginning at 1:30 p. m. sell to the highest and best bidder, the following: Several brood mares, lot of good one, two and three year old mules, some one and two year old steers, one Stallion sired by Rex Peavine and one good Jack. TERMS-ma- de known on day of sale b' " BBifI. Car of Mar Neither mare nor foal Is bettered when tho colt follows tho cultivator. roomy, well lighted and ventilated box stall. Do n&t keep them apart for d half day tho first time. 811 thf Ram Lambs. Unless you Intend to keep tho lambs home use, let tho bucks co'the minfor ute ttiey aro lis enough. Moro money l& them now than thero will be after AVhlle. Keep tho colt penned In and Foal, a uxabl TU HKUVC Am Bourne, Auctioneer. Wm. LEAR. liouiu defeuio. LegglngH over Ian boots and a red silk baudumm kerchief as necktlo kIvo u plcturi'sipjo daah to tlio .uuiKt klinkL Tlm.ly Sugsoatlon. make tho old lids or fruit Jari look like now boll tbent In weak vinegar twenty minute, and tutu tcrub with soapsuds and brush. fTo STOMACHS BUSINESS FAILURES. ' i this day of high efficiency more failures tin- - due to disordered Stomachs than to nny other vnu.n., Nothing un- the body nnti mind so quickly Iierminrs TrouMi . it snps the en Tfty uml reduce.; ntntiition nnd vititlity It 3 a low clili. CnllinttlcR frequently Overcome the trouble. Iiggravata Stomnch, l.lver nnd In- lestinnl Trouble with Mnyr'n Wonder- r fine ly, at It roaches the seat fif idise-s- e. Millions hnve lieen res Jred tij' it. Let one dose of Mnyr's AV'onderful iiemedv coninco you today. rr sale hy it. 1,. Mclloberts. X 1! GUNNS CHAPEL. Mr. Richard Parker Is reported III. Mr. Wesley Simpson wns in Itich- Itior.d Monday. Mr. Anderson iinll was here Friday Ivith relatives. Mr. ami Mrs. Ilnrmon Davis nre par- I'nU of a dauuhter horn July 'Jttli. I.illard Miles were of Mr. nnd Mrs. A. C. Miles. Mr.'iad Mrs. Hunter Davis worn (lest! of Mr. and Mrs. J nines Land. sand, Jirick, rock screenings. Hughes v Hudson, 'Miss Sue Iliw'trins is hero o euest uf f.Irs. John Land nnd Miss Lenna Hollon Misses Thelma Siiniison nnd lleulnh llay were guctls uf Miss Jcs.t'I). Hay. Mr. nnd Mrs, Ed Wenrren were ;ui'sli of Mr. nnd Mrs. Hnrve Tenter. Mr. Ambrose Calico visited his wife lind daughter in Richmond Wednesday. Mrs. Mm ma Mnnford of Frankfort hv with her sister. Mrs. Jvptha Rests kt. and Mm. nit Owing to continued bad health, 1 The Central Record, Thursday, Aug 2, 1917. NOT TH&DNLY There Arc Olher Lancaster ilarly SilualeJ. ONE. People Sim- - will on Thursday, August 9th, '17 . 1 nine-year-o- ld Can there Ira nny stronger nronf nf. fered thaw the evidence nf Lnnrntter resilient? After you havi rp.nl tlm 'nlliAvinK, quietly answer the question. D. C, SfinJeM. tltOIJ. of lumber nml coal busings?, Campbell St, Lancaster, nays "l nave tucd Dnan'a Kidney rills witti Hatisrnclory results nmi do not hesitate to endorse them, tlv khir.ovn wew out of onlcr and I had dull, nac- Bint; backaches. I also had sorcnesa juat over my kidneys, and mv kldneva were IrreKular in action. Uoans's Kid ney I'iII, procured at Stormes' Druf Store, relieved the trouble and put n.y kidneys in good condition". i'neo me at all dealers. Don't sim ply ask for a kidney remedv-e- et Doan's Kidney I'ills-t- he same that Mr. Sanders had. Co., I'rops., Iiutralo, N. V. Kojter-.Milbur- n BUENAVISTA Mr. Jas. Christopher was In Danville Jut. It Mr 4t !ril Mfl I).. I'nt linn-il- l .n.l'jen visited in Jessamine Snturdai ind Sunday. Messrs Forest Stnmi nnd nil Teater Firs Ambrose Calico is in Richmond meJt:al attention. Mii .ul.t Cal ico is with her. Mrs. John Land nr.d JIhjm I hi nnd hnna liollon spent Thursday with Mrs. Kd Dailey Mr. ur.J Mr. Kd Navlor ami three I hlldren of Mt. Hebron were here with ttavls have purchased the !rm of Rnvmond Mr. at one o'clock, offer for sale at my farm, three miles South East of Lancaster, on Fall LicK pike, the following stock. Two good mares with mule colts and in foal to jack; nine year old sorrel family mare, in foal to jack This mare is sound and gentle and not afraid of steam or autos. One Rex Arbuckle mare, good worker, in foal to jack; brown mare in foal to Golden Emerald; I yearling horse; I yearling mare; 2 filly colts. All four of these colts are by Golden Eiperald, and are good style and size. Three extra good Jennets in foal to Jack; 1 Thursday. Itev. Ernest r'ord visited friends in Moreland Friday. Master Welburn Poor isvisiting relatives In Wilmi.ro. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Ituble visited relatives here Wednesday. Miss Thelma Owens ot Moreland visited re'atives here ,ast Week. Mr. Itobt. Ford has been a recent euest of Mr. and Mrs. John Ford. Mrs. John DaURherty of LexinRton is visitinR her brother Mr Christopher. Use Old Dominion Portland Cement. For sale by Hudson, Hushes & Farr.au. Mrs. Ward Combs and mother, Mrs. John Kinp. arc visiting Mrs. "J. A. Abner. Mrs. Willie Hazelwood and Mrs. Sam Gaston. of Indianapolis have been visitinR . qtid children Mr. ONE THREE-YEAR-OL- D MARE 1 MULE, BAY, 16 HANDS HIGH- -A 1 CORKER. BUCKEYE Miss Inez Hay spent the week-en- d with Miss Minnie Pearl Drown. Miss Ila Hill is spendinR the week end at Newby, the Ruest of Miss Mary Tudor. Mr. Carter IJIakeman of Kirksville wa3 the Ruest last week of Mr. Willie Long. Mrs. 1'ermelia Bogie spent Saturday night and Sunday with Mrs. W. H. Gulley. Mr. and Mrs. Walker iiradshaw and children spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Hill. Miss Ituth Hay of this place is very ill in Hichmond at the home of Mrs. Mary Dickerson. Mr. J. E. Dickerson and family and Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Dickerson were guests Sunday of Mrs. Molhe Brown. Lnmson Clover, White sweet clover, Buckwhat and other field seeds of quality. Hudson, Hughes & lelatives Saturday. Leva, llurke. Brandenburg and Mr. ind Mrs. (!un were guciH of Mr. and it. Talton May. Krida). !is Alice Jonei, who has been con ducting music class here for the past live weeks has gone uway. Mr. and Mrs. J M Amon. Ur. and BMrM. Printiait Walker and daughters lirf.tlrs. II. Kay were with Mr. und irs. Hobert Uing at lluckeye. Mr. John Milton ilurtnn who has tern reported ill for some time of n lomnlication of diseases departed this fife. Monday Julv 30. PJ17. Mr. Bur He ton was a man of advanced age. was a carpenter and had made many Ifriends. He leaves onu daughter and Ilurinl four ions to mourn his loss. Tuesday in a crave yard near his late liome. bun-Jay- . Three good Jersey cows; yearling Jersey heifer, bred; Jersey heifer calf, something extra, "Lilly" Strain; 6 good weanling calves four of them black; 6 yearling steers average 750 to 800 pounds; 5 nice shoats 90 to 00 pounds. This will be an absolute sale without reserve or TERMS Negotiable note without interest payable Jan st, 9 8 1 1 by-bi- d. 1 1 1 Am Bourne, Auctioneer. W. S. Embry. i'. (!) Ancient Ejjypt Known for Wheat. j:ert In the mi t undent times was The best (!) Cclebr.iSed for Its wheat. quality win nil bennled, The wheat i put Into the ernuna in winter nnu Iu the 7to time nfter the barley. vrptlun pliiKuet of hall the barley tiered, but the wheat had not ap-Hl, oud mi escuvud lujurj. For Sale I Any Size Farms Remarkable Values 1 Moderate In Price I Shown To Buyers CI SPECIAL EXCURSION SUNDAY, Aug 12th Farnau. Mr. Burnett Sanders of Crab Orchard and Miss Margaret Curtis of Bryants-vill- e are with their grand parents. Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Ray. I CI Southern Railway System Following Round Trip Fares in effect from MARKSBUKY Mr. Mason Pollard and family motored to Lexington last week. Perry Tuggle sold eight hogs for U cts, the average weight being 2C0 lbs. Deposit your wheat with us for first patent Hour. Hudson, Hughes & Far- Mrj. Cunningham who was called to Salvisa by the death of her father has 1 (!) Danville, Ky. to If you wish to GET ON A FARM, invest in, sell or exchange, GET BUSY. $1.50 Lawrenceburg .$1.00 Louisville Shelbyville Harrodsburg . . $1.25 .$ .50 and returned. Keep Well Do not alio a- - the poisons ct undigested lood to sccumula'.e in your bowels, where they iiri" nhsorbeil Into vour .system. Indigestion, con- 'slipatlon, headache, bad pi hlnnri. nni! mtm(-rn-u other troubles arc bound Keep your to loliow. system clean, as thousands ol others do, by taking an occasional dose ol the old, reliable, vegetable, lamily liver medicine. I 30 any in OR 300 ACRES I 1 1 Similar reductions to all local stations between Lexington and Louisville. Tickets limited for return trip to date of sale. Danville location, adaptation or improvements consult the No. 9 will be held RETURNING at Louisville until . . .5:30 P. M. ' D. A. Thomas Real Estate I :) (!) for further information see Ticket Agent. Southern Railway System. AGENCY TV ."I T til W. Mahan. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Higglns spent Tuesday at the homo ot Miss Jennie Higgins of Paint Lick. Mrs. Mack Moore of Lexington spent several davs last week visiting friends, and relatives of this community. Mr. and Mrs. B. K. Swope have" returned from a months visit to their children in Boyle and Casey counties. Tho teacher training course under the direction of the pastor, has been Mrs. Will Scott entertained a number of friends at a delightful dinner Ihursdav. Mr. Mahan of Jellico Tenn., has after a visit to his son, Itev. J. Thedford's Black-Orayg- iit Draw A Check EW Y0EKH130SION via Louisville & Nashville Railroad y reorganized after a lapse of several months. Mr. and Mrs, Cannon were detained on a visit to their daughter at on account of Mrs. Camion's Nichol-aavillo Mrs. V. F. Pickle, ol Rising Fawn.Ga., writes: "Wo liave used Tlied-ford- 's lilacls-Draug- a lamily medicine. My motlier-in-l.lv could not take calomel as it seemed too strong for tier, so she U3cd Black-Draug- ht as as a for the money you owe anil note how much more respectfully your creditors you. They like to do businuss with u man who Limit Round Trip Touiiit Fuel fiom Ltaciilct NEW YORK 33.10 BOSTON $34.95 Reduced Fares to many other cities and resorts in the East and AortA mild laxative nnd liver regulator . . . We use it in Ilia family and believe it is the best medicine for the liver made." Try it. Insist on the genuine has an account at & the Garrard Bank Trust Go. Thedlord's. &capa-agE-- e. They know he is doing business in a business like way. Better open such an account even if your attain are not large. Thev will grow all right. Variable route fares available through Washington, Baltimore, Philadelphia. New York, Doston, Montreal, Toronto, Niagara Fatli, Buffalo, Detroit, Atlantic City, the Adiron dack!, Lake Champlain, ana otner cities anu resorts oi tus East and North, Including trips on Atlantic and Great Lake Steamers. Far particulars rttct, foUcrt, etc., apply G. M. PATTERSON, Ticket Agent The Garrard Bank & Trust Company tained at a paitv last Saturday evening for their attractive daughter, Miss Alice Scott Sutton. The decorations were in pink and white and' the color scheme was carried out In the ices and The 60 guests who were confections. present spent a most delightful evening. Those from a distance present were Miss Lawrence of Stanford, Misses White of Hyatsville, Misses Hay of Buckeye and Delia Hice Hughes of Lancaster and Miss Emily Bourne of West Lancaster. illness. Mr. Jim Clark and daughter, Miss Stella, and MrsTeleafus Pollard went to Burgin Thursday and were guests of Mr, John Dunn and family. Mr. and Mrs. Edmond Sutton enter' The Central Record, Thursday, Aug 2' !9I7. LEXINGTON FAIR BEGINS 1917 -- ANNOUNCEMENT-1917 - What Makes 8 Lj.IS monev hasjjgj f.one tlian ins neisiioor's. He has bought 8 the greatest do!lar-fo- r dollar value there is in tires. He has Fisk Qual ity, Fisk Serviceand Fisk Mileage at a rair ptice--m- - l'&W.V&s.5k& m IP?:I J v I K$kW$ IW I ti-- . I I I rl ff 1 Fish Tires For Sale By tH$'.J Arcade Garage Haselden Brothers. Rex Garage Company. &jMf jj iY v ilP&M TTTnurrrir mr 11 ttv tt nt r r A retreat from the monotony of every day business cares away from the crowds where you can stretch out and take things easy. There ace many of these quiet shad haunts to be found at isomrorr awaits iou New England Ashcville Chattanooga Niagara Falls Thousand Inlands Atlantic Seashore Canada Chautauqua Michigan and Great Lakes Resorts CooJ rrturning until Ociobtr Each location has distinct natural attractions for recreation in addition to the popular open air pastimes. Wc shall be pleased to arrange the details of your trip. Consult your local ticket s::-- :. or a&ireti 11. C. KING, Miiiioc Artat. US LKihStmi. Uibt:r, Ky. LOW ROUND TRIP TICKETS OS SALE DAILY 3f. rncir (Successors to Hughes & .Swlnchruad which begins in Lexinytim AuKtMt ltl. OF Nut only me the viKvtnMi mid liw LANCASTER, stock exhibits pur cxci t this yrar, KENTUCKY. but tilt' nmiijfiiiriit fcn'urt'S of nit kinds will iippi'nl stroiiKlv Id both thil-tlremid grown up. Thvst' imlurr- IN include Thnviu'x pnttintlc Imml iiikII iiu'triipolitnii sinKrrK, the Impniul l!u ! siun llnllct, which linn tiHinil Aim ricK diirmt; the Ph1 rviuoii 11ml has nptwiir nl In the lnrue thraters of Ihc t'runtry. EXPERIENCE AND EFFICIENCY COUNT IN ALL BUSINESS. liuthfiford k (JreuUr Shows which ii Our renrds for the pnst eight vtars show sales of more than 13,000 acres elude the three Kreatt-n- t ridliH devices f lam), besides j large amount of town nnd city pioperly and slocks of mcr world, diving U'liuses, monkev in the chandiM'. ainiHintitig to more than $l,.lfs'),(HMi.(Hj am thij business wns don to speedtva. nutu silo diune, midnight the entire sallsfuctiun of more than IW clients nnd customers and they nre ray lollies, the worlds wonder in wnx, war reierei'ces lur "lair ileallng. of today ?t.ectiictilar iiih! mnsivi I know how, when, From my experience In the laisine where unj what original scenes of di'Viistation mid earn- lo ndverti'i'. Kf as wilnesseil by tilt' intriitur, ete. T- - the one who has proptrl) to sell - farm land, city property, dwclhrgs i lie raiMK protram will cunsht of three running races mid sandwiched in Ints or business property,I mt rclmiuhsu or any real estate prnKition, 1 solicit birslness, believing can haisllr it to your entire satisfaction. betwet 11 them will be the ; heats of a ytHir 1 now List vur farm or other proix rty with me now. have on hand n pacinK or trotting race. More thun lung list of parties who are going to buy something somewhere and your pru one hundritl concessions stands will be erty may be just what t am looking for. The iiiiichinerv ex Uhiii the grounds. Tothe one who wants to invest, I solicit jour patronage as I know values hibits anil such exhibits as lighting and know that when Joti cloe n ileal through me you will get 'value receive J" plants, tc., will be alived throughout your money. each day of the I'nir. lxcelleiit hotel for i i. , ... .i, .,. . i i i iint e uu iinini mr sine i an nines a i.arge rvumiier of l arins, Dvveiiings boarding house service can be , and Citv l'roerty not in the advertised list, as my list of property is constantly found in Lexington during the week changing, by sales, expirations renew tils, lilting new priiierties and some of of the lllue drass hair on account of my best properties are not ndvertlsetl nt the request of the owners. the absence in the city ut many thousIf you are n of Carrard County. wrlt roe and 1 will tril you and students who attemt the Univerall altout our County, its fertile soil. Its pnslucts, market facilities, gocd ruads. sities. Very low railroad rates have schools and churches, of Lancattr aisl it', husiness, ita (iroplc and Its growth. been granted for the occasion, The following is juet a few of the properties I have on hand for sale now-- I 'A I!.M.S. I HKYAjNTSVILLK A farm of 150 acres, partly rolling land, good improvements, on pike with I Mrs. N. 1". Cobb has been visiting nt about ll0 acres of rlitT ami grazing six! thrown in. I A fertile farm ofI.l acres wltit splendid improvement, land lie well Wilinore. ami is on ike. Mrs. Ilelle Perkins is visiting her A small farm of 18 acres, 3J miles from town, on !ke, new "roomdwe.i. I son, .Mr. K. V. l'erkins. irg and rcw.harn, good land lies a ell. I Mrs. Charles Clubb of Cincinnati, is i ncres. on pike '.'J miles f rem Iowa, A farm of land rolling, very fertile, visiting Mrs. Charley Drane. mostly in grass, laige tobacco barn ! room house. I.t-nand Margaret Hell of Mies A farm uf.'MJ'acres, extra tobacco and hemp land, rolling. large tsrns, Danville. A'ere guests of relatives here splendid dwelling, land well fenced and Well watered tenant htuJe til l , lhr last Week. out liuilitings. Mrs. J. Hogan Italian! is s ending A farm ofi'.'ij acres of rich land, part level ami partirollirg. line dwrl i l-the week in Nichohnville the guest of of riMims, halls, cellar etc. 2 acre orchard. 2) miles from town on l ike Th. Mrs. II. I I.'kler. one a bargain. Messrs. I. II. Leavell ami .M. (). KenM aeros of very fertile laml on pike 1 mile from town, good ilwrllim an! nedy were week-en- d guests of relatives large barn and other fire orchard and tlw laml iriced right at Crab Orchard. A farm of liS acres, I miles from tewn, on pike, lard nartlv r .,.rt Itev. I'urv is of Crab Orchard, began splendid improvsments. a senei of meetings at Pleasant Crave A farm of llojacrestof fine larsl well improved, on pike aroisible to mar. church Saturday evening. ket of three rourty t ats, land lies well. Miss Mayme l ee llallard expects to h A small frm of IS acres, mile from Pike, with em .i in , .... go to Lexington roU Week for 11 visit menis. to Miss Marguerite Woolfolk. A farm of partly rolling, very fertile. isVndid imir .1.. uIII..r Miss Kviilyn Campbell spent the I .,,,, K 11. uwiii t. i..u.,v " k' II rn..mt inn it, inie. eisy terms, i; acres In week-en- d with her parents, Mr. ami cultivation, balance in grass. Mrs. I'rank Campbell in Louisville. A farm of 201 acres of level laml, 1 mile from town, fronting on two I'lour in sacks or barrels. It is guar, of division Into smaller faims. dai.dy building sites. nntced to please vou or money back. A farm of lllj acres, on pike, all in blue grass, large barn, line buildup Hudson, Hughe & I'arnau. site for dwelling, orchard, land reudyfor tobacco ami hemp, close to school anl Miss Klizabrth Hryant who has been churches, also 5 miles trum? Lancaster. attending K, K. S. N. at liichmriHl has A lann of LM.ts acres of nearly level land. 5 room dwelling, larire I'iv.n. returned home after completing her ing, large orchard,' laml fertile, on pike close to schools and churches. This is coure. a "uandv little home. Mesdair.es J. Hogan llallard, I'liztt A farm of 10 acres, high class land, on pike, on pike. 5 miles from Stan11. llallard, II. C. Itose and Miss Mai m ford an ideal location.; Will he sokl worth the money and on ousv terms. Lee llallard were guests of Mrs. W. T. A farm of 151 ucres on pike. C miles from Danville and 5 miles from Woolfolk at Lexington, Thursdty. Lancaster, right on pike, two sets of improvements, farm lies in nesriv . Mr. and Mrs Harry Cube of Panama ' square ajid can.be diviilrd with fronts on pike. In splewhd rcighhorhoc d and who are touring several of the states right at small illage with school ami churches. in their handsome Hudson Super-siI'Olt ItK.Vl -A faun of 2.1) acre, well located, well improved and nearcar, were here last week the guests of ly all in grassland u part uf the grass ready for the plow. Will ' be rented for Mr. II. II. Hnlcomb and family. the year 1!1S. NEXT MONDAY, AUG. 6TH. No more delightful or inexpensive vncntlon cmilil bo tnken by a Hlue Urns family thiiu to arrange to spend n few days h t the lllue Grass Knlr OF nn-Prnn uVVlliLDAuHU OIL OTirrMrDDHATi tup IVCHL DO 1 A - It IMN. if it Headquarters for Real Estate "THIS UAiNO OP NOW" - ... ... lucres, rnt vtnn N ever Before In the memory of member of this firm, lias the time bee'i known when every mnn and womtin have been as busy as during the year 1917 Uncle Sain certainty touched a live and responsive nation of people when he asked that we all jjet busy und produce and conserve aiJrenter food supply than was ever before 11 A small furni of 11 acres, on pike I mile from Lancaster, splen il l Mr. and Mrs. II. II. Halcamb. Miss br.k Mary Ilelle Hnlcomb anil visitors, Mr. residi nce.Jarge barn ami other out buildings, well watered. Iluv a home c.; jc land Mrs. Harry Cabe. of Panama, to the best town in C ntral Kentucky. Imotoiedto Lexington Wednesday to A farm ofl&Ki acres- - LISTEN to tlns:-T- HK II EST HAIK.AIN in Ker see Mr. Sam llalcombutCampStanley. on two pikes, mar the famous Camp Dick Itohinson sect! n of tuckv. Since the Primary Election is so very (iiirrniil loiinty. I art or this lard ! virgin soil, ready for hemp and tobacco. i I near every one i getting very much MOO acres Is nearly level in nigii state or cultivation. I dwellings tin the farm, interested in the event and a great the main dwelling is an ideal Kentucky Country home. '1 large new tsbacco deal of enthusiasm is being manifested barns, stock hams nnd other out buildings, well watsred and Well fenced. If i too much for you, will sell jou a 275 ncro tract, or 113 acre in thi vicinity as each tine is hoping the entire fa.m Priced right und on easy terms. acre tract. their favorite candidate will be sue-- 1 tract or A farm ufkll? ncres;of rolling land, new dwelling, barn Kc, well C'ssful. About till you hear is either watered 21 miles from town, will suit some one who does not care to be right War or Politics. on the pike. Will sell at a bargain if bought at once. Mr. and Mrs. !.. L. Cunningham were CITY PliOPKItTY: called to Salvisa Thursday by the sud Ni w inisieiii dwelling of W:i.. L' halls, cellar, bath rooms, modern den dentil of Mrs. Cunningham's filth- er, Mr. Grant Currens. Mr. Currens inipioveiiients. furnace' l.eutid, eleitiio lights, water works, small modern barn U1 eighty years of age hut had been and I acies ot land. in apparently good health and his death A dwelling of Ii rooms and out buildings and 1 acres of land. was quite a shock to his family. .Mrs. Another new modern dwelling of 10 rooms with all modern convenience Cunningham has the sympathy of the A number of other dwellings and building lots. entire community In her bereavement. Tor further par'lrulars and prices inquire of known to America. While Mr. Farmer and Mrs. Farmer have been busy producing the things necessary for war purposes, we have been busy assisting them in every way. and then too we have been busy getting the things about that will be necessary to help conserve crops alread being grown. pot-sihl- Cntcrtaln With Bullfights. Private ImlllltlitH nre ixruslouully given by the very rich people In lla tlrld, und guetts ure Invited tu them they would bo to u dinner. I ) SWINEBROAD. THE REAL ESTATE MAN. Lancaster. Kentucky. u Our lumber and building material yard is complete. We nre ready to load your wagon when you drive up, so that you may save the time usually necessary to locate the needful We are selling on n lower percentage ot profit than ever before, this also is a duty of ev ery American retail man. Let us know your wants and it shall be our pleasure to serve. for we know that Hervey & 'Woods The undersigned hereby give warn ing to all persous not to trespass upon our lands tor any puriwse whatever as we will prosecute all oUcndors to ful tat extent of ten law. Hunters and. Fishermen especially tike notice. Ed & N II Price It. L. Elkin II. C. Arnold. J. C. Itigshy, Mrs. E. L. Frazee John Tatum. K. L. Arnold. C. M. Moberly. POSTED THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. Capitol 450,000. A. It Surplus $30,000. Vice I'res't. 5. (I. DENNY. Cashier. I)ENY, :uliY. 1'resldent' J. It. 'I. E. STOItMES, Ass't Cashier. J, U (Jill. Hook-Kep- Paint Lack, Kentucky. S. C. Itigshy. Julia Parks T. It. Slavln. It. L. Marker. Ii, M. Lear. Sirus Daily. .Safety Samual Deposit WE SOLICIT Boxes YOUB For Rent. UUSINESS. A. L. Gibhs. Wo will add other names for 23 cents cast). D. Cochran, Alex It. Denny, J. II, Posey, J. E. Stormes, S. C. Denny, J. L. Gill. Dr. W. U, Elliott. Director. The Central Record, Thursday, Aug 2' 1917. NICE FAftM AT Frilic PUBLIC A UCTION As agent for D. highest bidder, on SATURDAY, AUG. C. at Agent. KENTUCKY. of Redi-ctlon- As agent lor the heirs of Mrs Sallie B. Welsh, Sanders, I will sell to the deceased, I will on 1917, Ilth, at 2:30 P. M. Tuesday, August 21st, 1917 sell at public auction, her late farm located one mile north of Bryantsville on the Lexington pike his NEW MODERN DWELLING on Danville street in Lancaster, Ky. The lot is 66 by 200 feet and the dwelling consist? of eight rooms and two halls, bath room complete with sewerage and septic tank. Electric lights and water works, cistern in back porch, front, side and back porches. Hardwood floors throughout the house. Good garden, barn, garage and other out buildings. This property Is modern and complete in every detail and must be seen to be appreciated. Will show the property at any time. Sold on easy terms. For further information apply to containing about 45 acres more or less. This Is a well Improved little farm, with nice residence, tobacco barn and fine orchard. The farm is well watered and is in close proximity to the best road in Garrard county, the yard coming out to the main thoroughfare. Possess-io- n of the farm will be given January 1st, 1918. At the same time and place will sell, four yearling mules, one brood mare with mule colt at side; one cow and calf. Terms of sale will be liberal and made known on that day. SWINEBROAD, ' The Real Estate Man, Lancaster, Ky. R. K. A. T. Scott, Auct. SELF FEEDER FOR HOGS. Swope, Coldi Cured. The BRYANTSVILLE, litany . To cure colds, mix one pint of lard and two ounces of camphor gum, heat, Method and when cool add one tablespoonfut Experiment rove That Thai U the More Economical. of strong ammonia. Keep In cool airExperimental tests ull seem to polut tight place. Apppiy to soft flannel and to the economy of the self feeder for put on chest. fattening hogs. A reiort has, recently been nmile by tlio Missouri experi- mf k (mMffmk A mMf Take R No Chances in Tire Buying There U riik In a chance but not wfcen you buy a tire of known quality of known endurance. ggk aeeeatSASl 50 ''" ' known, Jmon,,r, proved lerrlce and 'SWM'Jjr jeaw BW enaenaenaeBBBBOTni the make of tlrei that coil, leu per mile today than any other make of tire now or ever. month.br. Proof the contUtent and penittent ale Increaie, of Unittd Statu Tire,. prove too, Your year-bj-yea- r, Mliliif Xgr VB A Shadoof an Ancient Device. For 54 ceaturles the shadoof, a type Exchunge. exof sweep usedfby tho Egyptians for raising water, has been In common periments ore; Weapons Are Intricate. feed- use. Indeed, It Is thought by some to rattening hogs fed with a self A rifle Is a more or less gain more rapidly than when hand have been on ancient device even 3,500 er mechanism, but to make this rifle years before Christ. fed In the usual manner. l,22:i separate manufacturing operaThere Is no difference In the econotions must be executed. One round of my of gain which cau lio accredited to shrapnel means 355 jperatlons; Shakespeare's Favorite Flower. the method of feeding. This stateShaketo make an automatic pistol, 014; nnd The rose must have been ment npplles only to the amount of feed necessary to produce a given speare's favorite flower, If one with so for the terrible little mitrailleuse or amount of pork. If the self feeder de- rnthollc n taste can be said to have machine gun, 1,000. The lightest field gun costs $1,100. creases the amount of lalmr Involved favored one above another. He speaks then It becomes n factor In cheapening of It at least 80 times, using It in several coses ns the synilwl of perfection the cost of production. Romans Raised DI3 Turnips. ns where Ophelia describes Hamlet When each feed Is placed In u sepThe Itomans raised turnips somearate feeder the hogs will thooso tlio ns "the 'rose' of the fair state." times weighing 40 ixiunds, and It Is different feeds, no that the gain will thought thjy introduced the turnips InIkj Itotli rapid and relatively economTo the Ladles. as ical. This will perhaps he true only Ladles, if you love n man, marry to England where, many Cogan said men love to when each feed Is supplied In abun- him. If you marry him. know him. If (1507) : "Although dance. For example. If the feeds used you know him, study him. If jou eat turnips, swine abhor them." In were com and tankage und the self study him. humor htm. If you humor 1020 nnd 1030 when thero was n dearth feeder containing cum was allowed to him, flatter him.' If you flutter him, In England, good and wholesome white become empty the hogs would no doubt you will humor him. If you humor bread was made of boiled turnips, eat mine tankage than It would bo blm, you will study him. If you study with the moisture pressed out of them, protltablo to feed them. him, you will know him. It you know kneaded with nil equal quantity of uneaten Hour. lilm. you may divorce hluu W. Poison Tomato Worm. Arsenate of lead spray kills tomato more economical worms and Is measure In large patches than Three hand picking of the pounds of arsenate of lend ;astu or a pound and a hnlf of the powdcied form In llity gallons of water Is NUlllelent strength, uecoiding to entomologists of LEXINGTON, KENTUCKY. the Ohio agricultural experiment lloidcaux uiUture controls FROM ROUND TRIP and may Ik used Instead of waJUNCTION CITV FARE ter with the iirscuicnl poUou. In small of arquantities three VIA senate of lead to a gallon of water may conduct ment station covering tests that were In 1D14, 11)13 ami l'Jlt). The- - conclusions drawn from tlio The litany of reduction Is "exercise, diet, nhstlnence and perspiration," Exercise continually. Exercise until you are tired, and then don't rest, but get up and exercise some more. Acquire the art of perspiring. If you once make up your mind to It, you can reduce to the exact figure you desire. Kut It takes patience and resolution. simple-lookin- g 11 eon-(r- Dbuc uiffidd rnin $1.55 sta-lio- s lie Used. It has been said that good silage Is the best, cheapest, most palatable, most healthful, greatest milk nnd meat producing roughage known. The silo question has resolved itself Into a farm necessity. When tlio fanner has u good crop ho cau afford to build m silo, und should he see a poor corn crop coming ho can hardly afford to bo without u silo. The Silo. Southern Railway System. Tickets on sale, August 1, 5. G. 7. 8, 9, 10 and U. Return-inj- j, tickets good to reach Junction City prior to midnight of August 14th. The Attractions. Interesting Agricultural Exhibition. The Products of War Time Gardens being featured. The live stock display will be the best ever olTcred, A racing program In keeping with Lexington's fame for this fascinating sport. Uund concerts dally. Consult local ticket agent for tickets and detailed information. A Complete Stock of United States Tires carried Choose Blocky Sires. Long legged drafters uro not what the market demands. Don't breed that characteristic Into the young animals. low set sire. Farm Journal. Select 11 REX GARAGE, LANCASTER H. C. King, Division Passenger Agent, Lexington, Ky. The Central Record, Thursday, Aug 2, 1917. The Central Record VIGOROUS CARD incorporated, 11.00 a year. ssucd Weekly. J. R.L Entered E. ROBINSON. Editor. ELKIN. Local Editor and Mgr. t Ilia l'nut omcc In Hi'Cond rln Mil Matter And Uncutrr, Kjr.. Member Kentucky l'ress Association Eighth District Publishers League. Lancaster, Ky., August 2, 1917 Rates For Political Announcements For Precinct and CitV Unices .. ..S 5.00 for County Oilices for State and District 10.00 Office 15.00 10 10 For Calls, per line For Cards, tier line For all publications in the Interest of individuals or expression of individual views, per line Obituaries, per line 10 03 We are authorized to announce the following candidates, subject to the Primary, action of the Democratic August 1917. County School Superintendent. MISS JENNIE H1GG1NS. County Court Clerk. JEPTHA ONSTOTT. W. A. DOTY. J. BRUCE LAWSON. Assessor. E. B. RAY. Magistrate District No. 1. J. H. CLARK. Magistrate District No. 2. LOGAN ISON. County Attorney. GREEN CLAY WALKER. Sheriff. A. K. WALKER. State Senator, 18th Senatorial District. HON. II. CLAY KAUFFMAN, JAY W. HARLAN. J. R. MOUNT. Representative. J. A. BEAZLEY. J. HOGAN BALLARD. County Judge. CLAYTON A. ARNOLD. A. D. FORD. For Jailer. DAVID ROSS. JACK ADAMS We are authorized to announce John S. Ham, a candidate for the nomina tion for Magistrate for district No. 3, subject to the action of the Democratic primary to be held August 4th 11)17. This issue of the Record contains uevtrnl cards, some of them warm numbers, from several of the contendmighty interesting candidates. ing reading, each one exploiting his owDjVirtucs and giving many reasons why he should be nominated next Saturday. For several issues past we have run the advertisements of practically every candidate, all of them good democrats, but all of them cannot win. Head what they have to say, then vote for the best man and you will see the Record boosting him for the final drive at the November election, We have our whoever he may be. choice now, but when a majority of the people have spoken, their choice will be ours. It-i- s FOR COUNTY CLERK. ' next Saturday, don't forget to vote for J. B. Lawson, for County Clerk. Why! because he has never before ask for office. He is qualified to attend to same, he Is strictly sober (having never taken a drink) "Why not nominate a man who has a clean record. He can win in November. Think over this before you act Mr. Voter, and mark it this way. For County Clerk J. Bruce Lawson Mr. Voter, when vou go to the polls X I never was In n saloon In Frank. campaign In 1012 nnd did without n .ort or clsowhero In my life. I never summer nnd winter suit to do so. I treated a man to liquor In my life. nlso gave to the 11)1(' campaign fund I never put tho bottlo to my neighnnd locally to Gov. Stanley's campaign- 1STII KENTUCKY VOTERS TO bor's Hps and mado him drunk. Can I organized the Kentucky Poultry AsSENATORIAL DISTRICT: till great apostle of "tho good sociation in 1S97 nnd from this organisay ns much. I was zation the poultry industry has ndded I nm n candidate for Stato Henn-to- r, subject to .Democratic primary, t a farmer until I moved to Lancaster to the wealth of the State oxer fouram for submitting n constitutional 14 year ago. I havo always been fold. I have tried to advance the nincndment for stato wide prohibition identified with farmers organizations. rnllan if Plirl.t Ifinlli lti- - i.lvitir. m . ' and no toted In tho 19U Legislature Whllo 111 Oldham county I am engag - I'nrt of n lot In Ut.range upon which nnd voted for a county option bill In e,t in a b.nlnoss now that tllrn,9lu.B 1,ullJ n PrMbytcrlan Hutch nnd I 1S9S when a member of that Leglala. him with tho tools to rnlfo tho crops in money ami " know tho needs'"1"" S"p Very low rnilrnnd rnte.i. good nny day from August 1 will work nnd tote for said In fee,! thr, world. ture. work to build n Catholic church in when submitted nnd am of thn tanner and laborer better than amendment tli t tli. The round trip rutu from Lancaster to Lexnave men to neneiit me Hint. town. for nation wldo prohibition. I am any lawyer. They llvo from your ington is ?1.H0. ''.''"'ring' ""n by voting for tho labor against the bill submitted by tho misfortunes. Great Race Meetings Erery Day. Finest Vegetable Exhibit in llie South State Tax Commission because It will This Frankfort cllquo has tried to get t'Uls introduced in the 1S3S and lJM h:iving always been n place greater burdens upon lands me out of tho race. Mr. KaufTtnan's Rutherford's Creater Shows. Thnvln's Band henchman In Garrard county, orcr myself. There Isnt n vote buyer and create many now oftlces which It has done. I nm for a curtailment of Mr. J. 1, Hamilton, went to my in Garrard, Lincoln, Casey or Boyle and Grand Opera Co. Imperial Russian Ballet and camo to mo and county for mo. It takes money or state expenses by abolishing many brother-in-laFor catalogs nnd entry lilniiks.iilso sensou tickets. ?2. superfluous stale offices, I am for a tried to bribe me to get out, of tin 'whiskey for the vote buyer to get n good for nny tiny nnd transferable, apply to reduction In tho pay nt members race against Kauffman, saying there ,ustU? on nnd they arc for Mr. KaulT- In the col- - man and Mr. Harlan, NONE FOR ME. from $10 to $5 per day and so voted was soon to be a shake-u- p 1 nm for remodeling the lector's olllco nt Danville nnd that I In 1911 t know that Mr. Hnrlan is backed Fish and (lame law so as to permit could get choice of plums If I would by Gov. Stanley administration and - vote buyer In (larrard Mr. Knuffmnn by n courtier from tho farmer the laborer and poor! quit. Ever)l.oy niter a nam nay s worK 10 cast county is tor mm. iwkoui. nu,, in- - Fra,.i fort. Tt.v lnve formttt rombi- Tho tholr nets Into tho streams like , the money Is coming. in every county and the vole- -' , . ...1 ... .. ,. ... .. I t .. . m,. ,.11..,,. ..... f ,nations,s insce, u.. . g.-- i . workinR fllr ,,,,. Thcy remodeling the road law so as to Kauffman s whole canvass has been' for have the money Mr. Floater, wait for nld one of evasion, misrepresentation, permit the expenditure of state it nnd you get it nnd I want my on the sldo pikes so that thcjceptlon, falsehood and bribery. Can ' farmer, laborer and boys In remote you, or dare you, trutt such a man In friends to stay about the polls nnd watch for this evidence, because I am M sections may hao a good road to go State Senate? He said In his Stan, to church, to school and the county ford speech that tho first lawsuit he going into the courts nnd cxKise this, peat. am for a law that will with, ever bad was against me and Hint ho damnable ami outrageous practice of draw tho power of the courts to col. beat mo very badly. That was not buying nominations. I was the first man to subscribe to a lect a note, bond or stock whero It true. Tho first lawsuit ho ever had . has not been listed for taxation. I am against mo was on an account of tobacco Warehouse in Lancaster; I gave for a law that will releaso from taxes $1.75, and ho came Into the pollco the doctors $100 towards their hospital the amount a land owner may owo court In I.incaster and tried to plead and subscribed $1,000 towards a loof on tho deferred purchase prlco on the statuto of limitation for his client, leaf tobacco warehouse. I mention land and let tho holder of the mort. but was not successful. You can now these things, not boastingly, for I ontyi gage pay on tho deferred payments. sec the article sued upon in Judge did tnv duty ns a man nnd citizen. Neither of my opponents proposes Harris' store. Mr. Kauffman says nom- There is a combination formed against I any remedial legislation. Do you al- inate him, n man who can be me in this countv ami two in Lincoln ways want to be hewers of wood nnd elected In November. To show you the telfifhness of Mr. I Can you drawers of water? These are ques suppose for an Instant, that a man Harlan, he advocate that all automo tions of vital Importance to you. who will make the disgusting and dls. bile license be applied to the countv in) This Think about them and discuss them honorable plea of limitation to a which the automobile is owned. with your neighbor and then vote for Just account, deserves tli voto of would cut Casey county out of several a man wno suumtts a remeuy tor honest men or could be elected to thousand dollars road money nnd allect j yours and the state's Ills and how he any office. Can a man who by his both Garrard and Lincoln, but not proposes to remedy them. My oppo. acts protects tho saloon-keepon Iloyle as it Is a rich county and has many automobiles. Casey people, how ncnts in their cards of announcement Sunday expect tho votes of good are silent upon these Important quesCan a man who distributes do you like this? Can jou vote for a tions, one claiming your support on money and whisky to corrupt and de. man who wants to deprive you of help "It's Iloylo county's time," and the .aunch his fcllowmcn expect tho voto to get good roads? con be other that he reduced tho salary of . decent citizens? Wouldn't he make If nominated I will to less the State Tax Commission iA V- irong candidate In November with trolled hy no set or cllquo of men or than ten dollars per day and not his irge of trying to evade payment politicians and will look sole!ly and own salary a cent, but lie found yourn and the state's of an honest debt for $1.75, of hav- zealously after rtt tlnio to discover "tho good saloon, ing tried to protect the damnable Interests. I will try and amend the keeper" and move .to releaso him Sunday salooli.keoper. of having dl- - tax law to as to make the burden of from tho penalties of the law for run trthnto.1 mnnnv nml utile v tit tin- - taxation fall less heavily on l.inil. I nlng an open saloon on Sunday and Rra(,o anJ ()f hav,n(; hate always been an ardent support, further wanted to make tho person , (,raRn newspaper clip, er of Gov. lleckham In all bin races who sworo out a warrant for Sunday; foj. w(hoBt rem,cr and It was quite unpopular In Gari Wil! YlUiUUUIl gltU a UtUJ- - bUIlll. j LUUJ. Ing you or tho state any service? rard county at one time tn be for him. mltteo of astute politicians from Wouldn't the Republicans rejolco I will always be found at my post of Frankfort and Mayfield have sought and throw flu to hive tho Democrats duty, faithfully watching your Inter-est- s to aid Mr. Kauffman because of his with a supremo desire to tuakn nomlnato this great apostle of tho antipathy to Gov. Stanley. Ono of saloon 7 and pleader of limitation and the Democratic party a drunkenlesa those mado tho proposition to get be. tho debaucher of tho voter? I was not party free the State from whiskey jut hind me and furnish money If I absent a day during tho 1914 legis. domination. I will make a fight for w? would agree to help organize the Leg. pounds of Flour, 33 and give you back laturu anil hardly missed n roll call. God, the uplift of humanity and a sob - l lslaturo In opposition to Cov. Stan, ,. l.tfiil till, itimv it Mr. Kauffman was absent 10 days, v., ....,,,v tinnti. ley nnd build up a political machine, Patent, 7 straight and 19 pounds of Bran. drew his pay nnd rendered you nor to your neignuors; ihik nuoui u wun 51 In tho stato opposed to him. 1 declinthe state any service for same, but them and then go to the polls and voto ed, saying that if you intrusted me Storage Free to Customers. found time to look after "the good for n man who has the courage to ex - , Jf would not bo with our coTTmilsslon interest. press his convictions and let the peo - jjii a party to try to discredit Gov. Stan, you feel proud of the pie know what he stands for. Would rv ley's administration or to build up a Senator had Respectfully, political machine In tho stato for any fact that jour State J. It. MOUNT one; that the stato had already suf. plead limitation on an account of sought to protect the fered too much from this practice. $1.7." or bad i0 liquor on who Bold I belong to neither of these factions, Sunday from tho penalties of a Just TO THE VOTERS OF vrT A hence will bo In a butter position to law ob. Mr. KauHman's render you and the state a better ser. at llustonvlllo to my detailing GARRARD COUNTY:- vice. Tho presumption Is that Mr. Jected there facts but he attacked my sincerKauffman has agreed to do their bid. In his Liberty speech Mr. Oene Iluble, a supporter of Mr; ding and bring discredit upon a deni. ity and honesty I am only defending my record Kautrman, is circulating a report that Mr. Kauff. and ocratlc administration. man accepted a trust from tho peo- as a public citizen and servant and I gave him a check in 1D1 in primary Ills frk'nds nnd then stopped the payment of same. ple and Instead of befng true to that comparing It with hli, On county This is a base falsehood. trust and trying to lower your taxes, should have ndmonNhod htm of tho saying: "That fools rush In whero court day before the primary, In 1911, used his time and Influence to pro. by a candidate, (I may tect "tho good from angels dare to tread. Mr. Kauffman was approached " punishment for running his saloon saM in his Danville speech that n $5 name him later), who told me that he wldo open on Sunday, thereby mak. day man was n cheap man and when was going to put up $100, in West I Ing tho Lord's Day a day of drunken, he serves for such an amount he is on- - Ilryantsvillu and if would put in $lf ness and debauchery. When 1 exposed ly fixing to 'honswagle' the people in or $20, the whole amount could be used I declined to do to. his duplicity and deception at Hus. timating by inuendo that I was that for us jointly. (jenu Iluble, ho replied that the court of kind of a man. Gov. Gobel Gov. Heck-ha- Soon after he left me, Mr. tonvllle and Mr. C Ruble came into my store) appeals had reviewed the 101C act C. C. McChord, Wm. Lindsay, and 1 proposition and decided according to his views. all served for thin amount and they and made the same Some This is not true, for 1 have a letter are men of renown. Don't you think declined to put up the money. from a member of that court, saying $5 la more than enough for a man two weeks after the primary, Mr. C. that it had never been before tho who repudiates a debt of only $ 1 .7 C ? Ituble cume into try store and presenHank court. Hero was employed evasion, I remember that Christ and his dls. ted me a check that the Citizens I still duplicity and falsehood by lilm clples were cheap men. They took had turned down as a forgery. the this good friend of tho good saloon, neither purso nor script, yet they are have the.check and will lay grand-jury- whole . keeper." Again to show tho groat In. revered by all civilized nations. They matter before the next No one knew of this transaction but tercst and apostleshlp he has In plead no limitation to their hardships 1 Mr. Ci ne Ruble. Mr. C. Ituble. the fctato wldo prohibition ho recently In or privations. Mr. Kauffman Is a candidate and mvself. I want to say' Garrard county toured tho county In bachelor nnd wants $10, yet ho cuts au uuto and distributed money and tho tax commissioners' salary (men to the officers of the primary election, whisky to debauch and dishonor tho of families nnd a very Important of. that no one has a right to take a markvoter and In tho Interest of n certain flee' to less than $10 per day. My ed sample ballot Into the booth with He how consistent! Ho drew f 1C0 from him when voting and I want the olllcers taadldato, I may name later. Before you decide on any wagon, examine tbo Columbus. Strongly charged tnu In bis Liberty speech tho state treasury for no service at nnd my friends to watch out for thn, built of tho best possiblo material tho Columbus wagqn gives tbo most for I intend to test in the courts, the vrttfc wilfully having voted nnd till. Hero is ample ovldenco of satisfactory service for tho longest period of years, Tlicro is no secret la knowingly for a bill to permit ship, master at "honswagllng" tho pcoplo. right of a candidate to buy a floater and tbo notedly long lifo of tho Columbus wagou. It is tho result of tuo menu of whisky Into local option He may vote to increase his salary an election that way, methods employed in construction. Tlicro Is no wood in this wagon Itespt. territory, Tills was an infamous to $15 per day so that he may nssoc ttbicli has not been under shelter from one to two years, J. It. Mount. falsehood and ho knew U. The, bill iatc with the bontons and his good Tbo axles and tbo spokes of tbo wbovla aro hickory; tbe bounds, I votod for was hacked by tho full bolsters and sandboards are oak, and tbe bottom of tbe box is straight force and power of tho antl. saloon BOOKS FOR SOLDIERS. grained flawless pine. These are Just a few examples of tbo core nhlcli is It pleased Mr, Kauffman to attack league In Kentucky and was aimed by Insinuation my Democracy, taken to make this wagon as reliable as possible. Tbe result is that tbo I have at the blind tigers mid boot loggers Mrs. Emma KHUfTman has been askColumbus wagon is unbcatablo in reliability and endurance, Come la been voting tho Democratic ticket for books tor soldiers and a and passed with one dissenting voto. to and examine it for yourself. We kuow you will bo pleased, aqd been prominently identi ed solicit Was it back of him when ho was 4G years IqcI committee will call upon you. seeking to protect tho Sunday clos. fied with State and National cam No trash is desired, but goitd reading Ing of "good saloon.keopcrs or tho paigns for 40 years. I was about the matter. Your name and address Is also distribution of whisky In Garrard first man in Kentucky to declare In asked to be written in the book. for I'resi . county? 1 noYcr took a drink of whls. 1011 for Woodrow-Wilso- n Please hare them ready when callad ky as a boverago in my life. I novcr dent and subscribed to his individual upon, or bring them to Mrs. Kuufrman Bryantsvllle, Ky. Phone 27. was under Influence, of wbiitky In my campaign and twice to the national if you live In the country. I SIT. , BLUE GRASS FAIR n-keeper" LEXINGTON, KENTUCKY. ! ' ' August 6th to 11th 1 1 1 1 1 ' lab-chi- DENNY B. GOODE, Secty I 1 I 1 110 VOLT LAMPS You will need them with the new current. 40 TO 225 WATT. I McRoberts Drug Store MKAmK'tt&l clll-zen- I p5ttVMKW NOTICE TO Grind 1: FAHUS Wheat Your For I 35 Cents a Bushel 40 ..... fi o 1 saloon-kepcrs- '" Leslie T Bradshaw. J'v.V?'! saloon-keepe- frl'-nd- s AiV Aw 1 1 saloon-keeper- ! Don't Buy a Wagon Until Yon Have Seen tho Golnnibus air-dri- saloon-keepe- Becker & Ballard. The Central Record. Thursday, Aug 2, 1917. See The Culti Packer in Front Gossip About People "N OF J. R. MOUNT & GO'S STORE. The best form implement innile. Let us sell you n TRACTOR PLOW. Conic in uikI (Jet ii Mower nnd Ruko before they mlvnnce. A days for a weeks stay nt Crab Orchard. Miss Alllo nrnold will leavo in u few LOSES VALUABLE COW Hrltf Mention of the Comlnti and Oninjt byThoit Wt Arc .'nlercttid In. I I Miss, Iris Woodward, of Iondon, who recently accepted n position with the Basttn Telephone. Co., in visiting rel.i-live- s mid friends In Richmond mid Herea. Messrs Leslie Reynolds. Bradley Agents for John Deere Implements. J. R. MOUNT & CO. The O Denl House. r.M.S. HATFIELD 3BE BE DENTIST. 1'IIONES I Ollico 5. Residence 370. fiV LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. I nr1f1 !! t t 1 THE HUPMOBILE AND DODGE BROS CAR Arcade KINNAIKD Garage BROS., Managers.' Co, II Nunnally's Candies. II ) CZll IE 1L Ice Cream Parlor. mm mrm r m m Wtor mm NUNNALLY'S Candies Special Ice Crenm for this week.JI Peach, Tutti FruittI, Caro-meChocolate and Vanilla. Meal Served Any l, Telephone Hour W. O. KING, c DC No 202. Spralt and Mr. Melhy motored to Wil- Sunday, nnd were guests of Miss Mr. Leslie llcrndon is at home for h Polly Iteynolds who Is visiting relative short visit. ""re. Mrs. Kdii Waller of Danville is visit-In- g Master Harold I.swton Tinslcylms relative here. rsturned nftcr u delightful visit to lua .Mr. Virgil Comi of Williamsburg, is mother in New York City. Mrs. J. II. lie re visiting relatives. Conn.w:,,t to Cincinnati Sunday and Mrs. Martlin Stevens of Covington, is visiting relatives in our midst. Mr Booth Dyehouse, Mrs W. M. Ma-- 1 OFFICE DISCONTINUED.! linn and son, Mrs Maggie llrummett Mrs. I.ucy Arnold passed thru hero and daughter, have returned from a' After August 1st the lliattsvillc Wednesday on licr way to Springfield. motoring trip through Illinois, where postnllice was discontinued and from ' that date all natrons of that ollice will Miss Anno Melvin of Waldenrin Tenn. they visited relatives und friends. Is the iittnietivc guest of Miss Edna Miss Ethel lirown. has returned ta'Ket l,,Ur '"ail by the Rural route No.l. Herkele. her home in Clinton Ind. after u visit u,lt before this can be dono these pnt-t- o Mrs. Sallio Hoss Lawson. Mr und Mrs Sari Cotton spent last Mrs. ron!l mu,t cnd "r0 required to furnitli Thursday nnJ Friday in the t!lue Grass I.awson accnmtianied her n fur ns ma" boxes und have same put in Con- Touivillt' after a trip to Mammoth venient place for the carrier. capital. Cave. Miss l.nvenia Montgomery ha ac Mr nnd Mrs Clarance Williams, of SATURDAY SET FOR cepted a iwsition with the Ilustiti Tele phono Co. Lexington, Mrs McAfee, of Lawrence burg, and Mrs Richard Itnnsom, of Mrs. Sue Dudley of lEichmond is here ILLITERACY DRIVE. motored down from Crab Or for a visit to her son, 11. M. Dudley chard W ednesday evening anil spent a The eleven commanders of tho Thirty ami family. few hours with friends in the city, Thousand Campaign have built up an Mailer James Hamilton Jr. is in organization in the State, and have re.urs. ii. m. i.acKey and Miss Jennie ported to the Chicago, this week, with his aunt Miss State headquarters that had us their guests last Sunday, Mr. Cordelia Hamilton. there is much over the Will Goodloe of Paris, .Mr. and Mrs. prospects of raising the entire $30,000 to Mr. I.ouis Powell of Richmond will Herbert Price and daugeters. Misses come to he the week-enguest Vesta and Jane Price Miss Mary provide school equipment for young men subjected to army service who can of Miss Edna Ilerkele. Lackey and Mrs. George Phelps of not read or write. The busiest and Mrs. Hermam Hoover of Troy Ohio. Richmond. most able men in the State make up is here for visit to her father and Mr. J. IL Collier, of Crab Orchard, this organization. Millitary titles have brother. Mr. J. II. Smith. will be left alone if nil of his boys of been conferred upon them by the comMrs. Jack Adams has retumed from army age are taken. He has just sev- manders, and they are know as captains a visit to her daughter Mrs. 0. U. en between 21 and 31 and all are regis- and lieutenants. These officials, with Terrill of Hichland. Va.' tered. In shaking of it he 3aid: "It their squads, are expecting to make a is pretty tough to raise a big family great drive on Saturday, August 4. and Miss Ilertha Hamilton of Gcnrge-Jow- and then when the members of it get by $1 contributions and, perhaps a few is the rttractivo guest of Miss big enough to be of help, have them of the larger- - denominations, to reach Lillian K. Estes this Week. taken from vou, but I cannot und must and if possible, oversubscribe the ap1 don't want to see my portionment of each district. There Mrs Elizabeth Joseph has returned not grumble. from visit to her daughter, Mr Chas boys go. of course, but lealize they are thirty thousand men in Kentucky must respond when duty calls." ... who made their mark instead of writDavis, of Chattanooga. Ter.n. Senator K. L. Hubble has returned ing their name registration day. Is is Mrs. It. J. Itay of Nichoiasvillo. is from Cincinnati, where he n been stimated SI will teacli each man in . visiting her parents. .Mr. and Mrs. J. with his M. B. Eubanks order that he may write back home. II. Ilourne on the Dunville pike. of lloyle, who was in Dr. Saddler's therefore $30,000 is asked from the Sanatorium. He left Mr. Eubanks state at large. Garrard is npportionej Mrs. Will Jennings and handsome somewhat improved. Interior Journal. ?250, and hopes to do her patriotic bit little son, Charles, are visiting her this. Remember what a pleasure it father Mrs. Ison of Huena Vista. Mrs. May Hughes Noland entertain in will be to hear from your buy then ed last Friday in honor ot the birth-dahelp others who are not so fortunate. Mr. J. P. Thompson and Miss Nancy of her aunt, Mrs Usee ilulTinan. of We can thing of no greater sorrow Thompson, of Indianapolis, aro visitLouisville. Her school mates of tho than to have ing their Bister. Mrs. II. S. Hudson. the boy leave home who long ngo. her life time friend, and cannot write back. Miss Kathleen Walter entertained at relatives who were invited to meet her a six o'clock dinner Monday evening in were; Mesdame Lucy Anderson. Dolly lirown. tanuie Farm. Annie- Mount, FIRST CALL FOR honor of Mrs. II. K. Garrett of Emma Kaulfnian, Annie Mcltoberts. MIM.....I II.. f!hnir' Wnllra .iiiiiicu (ll'iUIUVi l Misses Nannie and Margaret Wood, (..... ., ,. EXAMINATION.; .'"line rnsuie. t Mr. .1 Od Allan und Mi n ., I """'J on inner was served Fifty young nen of Uurrard have Danville visiieu .Mrs. i, it. siavin and all enjoyed ihe day reminiscing, been summoned to appear for examinaTuesdav telling jokes nnd pranks of school-day- s tion before u draft army board at the Mr. and .Mrs. Harvey M. Estes und and speaking of the ubsent ones. They Court House net Mor.duy August Oth. son, Obie Ellis, of Georgetown. Bie left feeling renewed in body und spirit and for tho days following until all in visiting Mr. and .Mrs. Shipton Estes and thankful to .Mrs. Noland for the the first call have been examined. and family. happy reunion. Members of the local board ask that Mrs. Ed. England nrd daughter. feel assured that the mrnv Dan those who are to be examined take a Miss Jluilgaline, of Atlanta, aro here villa friends of John Faulkner White bath and have on clean clothes before for a visit to her parents Mr. and Mrs. were elated the other day when the coming to Court House. Jack Adams. Mr. John M. Furru has been appointannouncement was made that ho was Mr I,. C. Land who has been visiting apiwintcd Assistant Paymaster in the ed on tho local board und the gravity Mrs Emma Daniels, ut her beautiful Navv. He haj just passed his twenty' of the task which confronts them has country home, has returned to his home first year and will likely be the young been called to their attention in solemn est man who ever 'held this ollice ii language in a communication sent from in Louisville. the Navy. Of course, it was no sur the War Department. Miss Elizabeth Malone, of Campbells "The selected man offers his life," prise for his friends to learn that be ville, who has been tho attractive guest had passed a highly praiseworthy ex says Gen. Crowder. "It will strengthof her aunt, .Mrs. W. II. Hall, returned nmination mentally und physically en you to remembfr that for every home yesterday. the fact that he was Valedictorian of exemption or discharge that is made Mrs. J. Kandolph Hams and attrac the Class of lOIti at Centre College for individual convenience, or to escapu tive daughter, Kalherinc, of Stanford, was sufficient guarantee that he could personal loss of money or property, or for favor of affection, some other mun are visiting ut tho home of Judge ami pass most any requirement from Mrs. E. W. Harris. mental stunupomt that might bu put whose time would not otherwise have up to him. He is it fine young man come, must incur the risk of, losing his Miss Annie Wallace, the attractive and is uf the quality that will be used life." and tulented coinin of Mrs. Saulley Tliere should be no rules like those Hughes is with Mrs. Hughes und other in future years to make Admirals. It is impossible to keep Old Centre men of court procedure, no technical rules relatives for a visit. Vou Bhould proceed to in the background. -- "Kich" in Advo Of evidence. .Mr. Wood Wilmott and Miss Sara cute. investigate cases ubout which vou are week-enWilmott were guests of Mr, The truth is. It is hard to keep i not satisfied exactly as you, as an in Gowen Ilourne and Miss Kuthvrine Garrard product down. John Fuulkuer dividual, would proceed to inform your Ilourne in Danville. White is u grand-soof one of Gar self oi any tact aoout wmcli you are Judge Homer liaison, wife and rani s sons and tho son uf one uf Gar in doubt. i.aat oi uu, it is important to say daughter, who are visiting In Jessa rard's charming daughters, Mrs. Jen a woid ubout your own sacrifice. The mine Co, were here for a few days nio r'aulkner White. place to which vou have been called is with .Mr. and Mrs. It. II. liaison. annul J Mr. John Miley Ai.ion had the mis. fortune to lose a valuable Poll Angus cow he had Just bought at the Cr.-For Sale- - Itound mahogany dining sale and paid $370 for. In driving her to his home from Prcachersvillu me table. Phone 312-1Mrs. (!eo. Hobinson. became frightened ami running ImcK jumped over n fence breaking her leg. FOR SALE; Ladies driving horse This was said to ho a very fine regis-deand buggy. Call ITS A or this office. tered cow, but excitableness is one or 2 .11. their characteristics und the accident KOK SALE: Mate und mule colt was not n surprise to those who knew tllis of cattle, ullho It was great-- : about 1 month old. Will sell worth ho 1'u'iey. Carlton Elkin. l'retl. Uo&enpod Chickering square piano for snle. .Mrs. Mollle Faulconer, HIATTSVJLLE POST' 2$ 2t pd. at the Simpson House. 'f,VsWiiNiurw rms column, j l"! Strayed from my place ubout June 1, two short yearling heifers. One dark red and one brindle. E. L. Miracle, It. F, D. Lancaster. WANTED: Young horses to break to ride ui.il drive, also balky horses. Rufus Moss. Phone Kt-iJryatitsvllle. Ky. I . exchange Piano on Player Piano, for good road horse. Luther D. Ford, Lancaster, Ki WANTED:-T- o STRAYED: From my home July 17th, block sow, with hair off both sides Return and get reward. Catherine Ely, Paint Lick, Ky. FOR SALE: Auto, Moline Roadster, in good conditicn, also good driving mare, gentle for lady to drive, and u good stepper. Call or see, Dr. H.J. Patrick Paint Lick, Ky. "FARM FOR SALE" Acres, will sell (50) acres in one track, or (1162-10- ) with improve(ICG d ments, N. II. BOGIE Lexington, Ky. ti ' POLAND CHINAS 11 Dig Type males. Weight about 125 pounds, pure bred, at J20.00 if taken in July 1917. O. K. Simpson, 7 19-It. 3, Lancaster, Ky. brother-in-law- MONEY TO LOAN. I have in my hands as Master Com missioner the sum of Three Thousand Six Hundred Dollars ($3000.) to loan. Will loan in one sum or small sums, write or phone me at once. I W. H. BROWN. Master Com- missioner of the Garrard Circuit Court. CITY PROPERTY FOR SALE-F- OR INVEST-MENTS, ..... t-- I FOR HOMES. 5 room rent cottages, lights, water. streets, new. $750 each. Kent $100. each. Net return 12 per cent. Suburban dwelling. New, good location for home, $1000 for quick sale. Kent $120. Attractive HOMES Modern. modern dwelling, close in 2 acres for pasture or building lots. If sold within CO days $1750. D. A. THOMAS REAL ESTATE AGENCY 1 IN Anyone desiring a OTICE Blue Grass Farm in Jessamine or Fayette coun- ty, see T. Currey Robinson Lancaster, Ky., who will be glad to tliow you same and give you the lowest prices. d Proprietor. DC VARIETY STORE A NEW KIND OF A STORE. New Methods, New Goods, New Prices. Our success depends upon our ability to save you money und to cuter to your needs in a way that will Jive you satisfaction. Come in nnd see this new store You will be pleased. Vc want your produce for cash or trade. Give us a cull. of Tennessee. Delightful refreshments Tuesday. Miss Ora Estridgo is being entertain were served, and tin enjoyable evening ed us a guost ut u house party at spent. Mr, Charley Doty Is at home from Ho reports tho Lancas ter boys whom lid left behind are well and doing well, Zun Robinson, bus a splendid job and is holding it down as are alt the others who are theie. Some will return tu enter school while others will continue to work at Akron where they receive splendid pay. Ileit Elkin Embry, Joe Harris West, Ilowman Grant, Allen Johnson, Itobert Noland and the Elliott bov have clerkships and some of thent will stay Indefinitely. Master Gale Dotv has returned homo TAINT LICK from a visit to Mr. J. F. Hobinson, of Macon, Ga. Gale said he would not give Miss Mnry Miller, of Richmond, is the guest of MrB. It. J. Walker. an acre of blue grass for all of Ga, Itev. W. M. Eldridge is holding t Mrs. J. C. Hemphill of Louisville, and Mrs. John Anderson, of Washing series of services at Hurnside, Ky. The Misses Leur enternaincd very da' ton D. C. aro here to see their mother, Mrs.JArthusa Currey and other relatives lightfully at rook on Thursday after noon. buss r.iiim ucrKme entertained very Mrs. K. (i. Woods entertained her delightfully, Tuesday evening, in honor of her charming visitor, Miss Mclvir, gucsts'at a picnic at High llridge on ono which no man would seek save in the performance of one uf the highest Plumbing HEATING. GUTTERING, ROOFING, ROOF PAIRING, Ventilating and all kinds of Tin Work. Your business will Akron Ohio. COY S. BE SAFE SANDERS. For See Me Tobacco Hall Insurance llooneeboro. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Sloan of Hubble. were guests of Mr. and Mrs. It. G. Woods on Sunday, Mr. Thomas Park, of Danville, joined Ins wile and daughter here, for a week end visit to Mr. and Mrs. J. Ii. Woxls. Dr. and Mrs. Schneck of Mt. Carmel III. were guctts of Mr. and Mrs. Woods Walker Tuesday and Wednesday, Miss Miss Mary Ether Fchneck returned home with them after a three weeks visit to Miss Mary May Walker. patriotic duties. "There is not, in any real sense, any remuneration. Ilecause thousands of citizens urged that members cf local boards should not be placed in a po sition of performing their grave duties. fur pay, the regulations provide that. ordinarily, the service shall be uncoui pjiisiiited. llecause it wi.s not desired that any man bu prevented from run detiug the service by the necessity for eurning his daily bread, a small remuu erution was provided. The nation needs men, and needs them quicKly, Tho hours will then be long and the work ubsorbiug. The duty is always to tuke and never to give, and human nature is such there will be littlo praise und some blame. The sacrifice of many of those whose cases are to be decided Is no greater than that of the men who aro to de cide them, and your only reward must be the knowledge that, at great personal sacrifice, you are rendering your country an Indispensable service in a matter of the utmost moment." RE- appreciated. PI WILLIAMS The Central Record, Thursday, Aug 2, 1917. For Glceplessness. Drink n onjif til nf hot moon, without sugar. Jut before retiring, ntnl you will not be troubled with HOW TO MANAGE A HUSBAND. Aunt Chloc 1ms liml several husbands, eo the ought to know. man think to's bos,, "Alius let hmioy." she said. "Alius nsk nbnut eherytlng. 'len go ahead nrnl do whnt suits you best. Neber scold a man. About thre times n year tell him whnt vou twk nb him, In a Jeep voice. And if he sasses you back, jus bust him on de hald will whateber you can reach. Ue rest ob de year, leaf him be, cook him good meals, laugh at his jokes. If you docs dis, you cain't lose n good man's Inb." ns mm OF at 10 o'clock a. m. ! CARDS. D. Or. Wm. Olllce at ltali.ey Lancaster. Pryor, Veterinary Surgeon and Dontist. n l.lvery Stable.' Kentucky I'hone SKI. . ",mr u 1o ""u,,,Utol-7to9p.rn- to yi J m. m. H. K. Denny and W. A. Wheels Doctors Of Denial Surgery. -- Stormn once .on, tiiillctlioti Hurl nrtiltiirr fiurv. Aul LANCASTER. KENTUCKY; SHALL WE ARM OUR SOL DIERS WITH THE "SWORD OF THE SPIRIT". The Wayenberg Line of Work Shoes fdr Mun mid Ho?. Hcst by test. Kvwy pair itunrnntced. We wish to again call the attention of Garrard Co., of the Sunday-Schoo- ls their opportunity of proving their loyalty, not only to our nation, but to the Kingdom of Christ, ns well, by contributing liberally to the fund which s is to be raised by the of the county for the purpose of buy ing a Testament for each one of our Garrard Co. boys who goes to the war, to, Sunday-school- 6. C. COX. Manse.Ky Each Sunday-schothat wishes to avail itself of this grand opportunity, is asked to contribute its entire offer ing of Sunday August 5th, and the superintendents and pastors are nil requested to see that their Sunday- thoroughly understand the schools purpose of this contribution. It is hoped that the offerings of this Jay will be much larger than usual, by and that they will bo accompanied an earnest prayer for the temporal and spiritual wejfare of our boys, by each person contributing. The secretaries ot the schools contributing will please forward offerings promptly to W E. Moss, Lancaster. Ky. who is appointed to receive the money. R. C. Hatfield, I'revident Garrard Co, Sunday School Ass'n. Land,Stock,Crop Tuesday, Au&ist Wth, 1917 acres of lan4 to be sold in several tracts of 5, 10, 20 and 40 acres. Land fertile and mostly level. New seven room dwelling barn and other out buildings. 180 J. A. Beazley FUNERAL DIRECTOR Olllce Uvrr National Hank. Itosldcnce I'hon 3. Ofllcr Phone 27 l,AN('ASTKII. KV. H. J. PATRICK, Dentlwt. Kontuoky. Paint Lick, Honaker Fine Cut Flowers. John M. McRoberti. LIVE STOCK NOTES. The man who buys the muff be feeds bis hogs has only the feeder's profit. Hy growing the feed ho has the grower's prollt too. Don't keep sheep and horses In the same field. Some ut the sheep ure almost Mire to be hurt when the hor.io rmi. Afkr reeding ami hashing the horses turn them out tn the pas- turo to rest for the ulght. If j on want to get full value fur your sklmmllk. whey and buttermilk let the pigs handle It for you. Sheep become assets ou thiu. hilly land. Let the mure lest several weeks Start gradually after foaling. when putting her to work again. ) Possession at Once and Crops Included go with the Land !S Or. Printus Walker. Veterinary ljincaster, - Surgeon. Kentucky. Cnlls unsworn! promptly, tiny or nilit. Phone 301. i'i VI THINK OF IT 105 ACRES IN CORN, 10 ACRES IN TOBACCO, 20 ACRES IN tl .: .' HEMP, BALANCE IN MEADOW AND CRASS. t IE EDWARDS. Phone 365-JBUCKEYE, KY. M.D Ji' !S M S? X S tS !i' 8 IS FEEDING WORK HORSES. Corn Is an Excellent Grain if Fad With Clover or Alfalfa. IIuno power, according to Dr. II. II. Havner, In charge of live stock cMen-Mo- d at the reniisylvanln State Collego School of Agriculture and expurhnoiit station, Is an Important cog hi the suc- cessful operation of the farm machine this year. In feeding horses titlllzo home grown 's to the fullest extent. The grain blnntloii should depend upon tho rent feeds on hand nud tho prlco Ill a .io.,d grains In the community. d tlou where corn eun l well to constitute tho this grain t greater portion of the concentrated feed for woiU hones. Com aloiiL' cuu be used us 11 grain feed for work horses If a good quality of alfalfa or clover buy Is fed for roughage. When combined with mixed hay or timothy liny, a grain combination of three pa its corn ami one part outs by weight Is u satisfactory mix- This is the land of G. H. Hammond and C. B. King and known as part of the Samp Archer farm, located on the Gooch pike, 6 miles from Lancaster, U miles from Point Leavell on the L & N Railroad and the Lancaster and Richmond pike. At same time will sell 16 head of yearling cattle, 2 horses, milch cow, about 30,000 feet of new lumber and logs, a lot of farmings implements and household and kitchen furniture. This is an Absolute Sale to the Highest Bidder. For further particulars see the owners on the premises or OncDrop It ;Wi.i;i'i)w fTTRFfi . few droi. in thn drinking uttrr runt fZ APFS llsrrlio't.cbolrra amlnthrr chirk llvwra. On AiVnt tultlx mtkrs gallons of itwHllclw. At ilruir Vtlu-U- f (l.iaur T mill t.iultry Uiok rnsiim nurt. 1 BourbonPoultry Ramady ltl'l'l. MIIIOI R. Solil by HUNTERS IIKII (t.,lumiw,lf. K. McRolicrts, NOTICE. TAKE This Agreement Witnrsscth; That CUIjOpnin ' FARMER'S et ire us ufllliLUllUnU, COLUMN I loi itio ciclu' iM ! h ihe ! ot took, iiu suit ii c It Hunt ou Ibo Urmer cnuuot iltord to 1trr- Itim tlif. No notice will t nccepteil ovr lour ilnei, .nil Hill U) only In rwu la.iK. ot ili kcord, Irveotcliarice below itiu lirminKi. ture. If oats are scarce and high tn price cottonseed meal or oilmen! may be substituted for the protein furnished by the outs. to One-thir- d one-ha- pound of linseed meal will, with thu ' amount t.eaued through mixed hay. furnish sulilclent protein for u 1 ,rf pound work horse. I'ntll the horse become accustomed to cottonseed meal list- - iii;al parts ot oilmen) and cottonseed meal. A general recommendation hi feeding cottonseed meal Is to glvo pound at each to one-thirmeal. Where outs uro n major farm crop and only enough corn Is produced for silos, outs may bo Used iilono us it gniln feed. A horse ut farm work requires from to one and one-haone iir.d pounds of grain per 100 pounds live weight dully, l'eed grain sulllcleut to keep tho horse in good working condl-tloHay tuuy bo limited to tho standard of a pound of buy to 100 poundi Uro weight dally. Iteduco the grain one-hal- f on days when the horse Is Idle to avoid azoturia. ofourlrmrsiiLicrllM:ri. FOK SALE: and harness. A dipping tank, cart Mrs. C. A. lloblnsnn. For Sale Two Rood 2 horse wagons, will sell cheap, if taken at once. Kelson Marsee. Jersey, Duroc KOH SALE;-T- wo registered boars, also fresh milk cow. II. F. Itobinson I'hono 363-FOR SALE An extra good Herford Jack llourne. bull, one year old. in order to protect the game on our lands for n period of threo yearn we bind ourselves not to hunt thereon, nor permit anybody else to do so, nnd we further ngree to pronecute with diligence all persons who violate the game laws of Kentucky or trespass uxm our lands for the purpose of hunting. And we further ngree to act ns Deputy Game Wardens for the purpose of car rvlng ou this agreement. Except each of us have the right to kill rabbits on our 'arms or permit it to be done by Industry. FOIt SALE; One extra gcod yearling only In Hxo-(li"rrovlilenco wmilil only Initiate, another under our supervision, or the bull, Clarence (3reen supervision of some responsible and um one of the luKreillentH of mankind Into the useful knowleilge of reliable person selected by us. y FOIt SALE A good Poland Angus the Micreil perftinu1. ..1 Onyclm J. Is the her treasure, Icuilng the rext to III our Industry, that wo inlgltt not This November 15th, 1U1C. bull, ready for service. h.iroy . M when burned, emits live like Idle loiterers." Sir Thomas It. L. Elkin, In,lu J, E. Itobinson, llore. a musty odor. J no. M. Furru, I mn equipped to clean cisterns and W. II. Ilrown. W. II. liurton. givo satisfaction. I'hone .TO IL Alex Walker. ilssclilt'ii Ilros., Joe Criscillis. T. A. Elkm. J. II. Dalton. F. M. Tinder FOIt SALE: Ten niceshoats, weight John II. Smith. Iigati Hubble. CO pounds. Also one live yeur old bay J. N. Itoss. (!. M. Ueshon, Mrs. Uraco Sutton, driving hcrse. Fisher Herring, II. II. Cox. Stanford, Route 4. Hughes Ilros, J. W, Sweeney. Withers Ilros. W. M. Mahan, Willism, Marcus and Jim White. Stockholm Harbor Always Open. Although S'ockhohn Is within u few 11. F. Wiltnot. J. U. l'ope. miles of bolus uh far north ns Capo Fred J. Conn, Mrs. David Chenault, Fnrewell, flreetilniid, Ico brenker keep J, V. Elmore, W. It. Cook, the harbor open III winter, lVtrojaiul T. C. Uankin, Huffman Hros, lied almost due east across the llnltlc Sam Cotton, Wm. G. Anderson. Ofllco Phone 18. Residence Phone 33. anil the Gulf of Finland, a dtstunco of T. M. Arnold. Jr. W. II. Mo 4M miles. CoptnhuKen Is U30 miles la It. E. Henry. J no. M. While, tin ulrllue to the southwest, und the A. 1). Uradthaw, aernmn city of Dauile Is th same ilk-- 1 llright Herring. I It. L. Darker. tanco due aoutk. Scott Hulfnisn Wm. and Lizzie, Onstott. The Real Estate Men, Lancaster, Ky Dinner Served. Terms Announced at Sale. IOnycha. W. 0. RIGNEY Director and Funeral Embalmer. Kentucky. Lancaster, i ! i I I J I CASH PRICES mam ffiri uum uuuniiniiuij uniiu my I The Central Record. Thursday, Aug 2, 1917. 3 I i MEN'S, YOUNG MEN'S AND BOYS SUITS CASH PRICES Why reduced prices on clothes when Woolens are on the rise? "The Story in a Nut Shell" Bemuse Woolens lire rwlvntirint so rapidly these clothes nre worth more nov than they were n fow months ntJo; they'll he worth more next year rule of nut carrying goods from one season to .mother, wc arc going to close them out at the following cut prices: SI0.00 Mens 12.H0 Mens 15.00 Mens 17.50 Mens You've probally heard that woolen pieces are advancing, so you naturally ask If t hat is so, how can these stylish, clothes be sold for less than regular prices? Each year at the end of the regular selling seasons we find a number of garments still on hand; they were bought to sell during that season, so we make it a point of selling them in order to make room for new goods, and we reduce prices to clean these suits in a hurry. all-wo- ol I but we can't hold them over. Following our now now now now iron-cla- d Suits Suits Suits Suits now now now now S 8.73 !).7f 1 7f. 13.75 1 $18.00 20.00 22.50 25.00 Mens Suits now Mens Suits now Mens Suits now Mens Suits now ..... 1G.25 S 5.00 Boys Knee 17.25 10.25 Suits 050 Boys Knee Suits 7.50 Boys Knee Suits 10.00 Boys Knee Suits S 3.75 1.25 5.50 7.75 Make your choice while choosing Id good. House of Quality. Lancaster, Kentucky. 3C DC DC GREATEST SADDLE GIVEN HORSE IN RED BLOOD AMERICANISM EVENT EVER THE WORLD. IS COMING TO THE FRONT of stout hearts Klght now tin Country is calling for nn-and sound Imdies. It needs them to keep Old (ilory triumphant ami unsullinl in the air. Ten Thousand Dollars For Five Gaited ' ATTENTION Saddle Horses. And An Event of National International Interest. vle The exigency now confronting u emphasizes, as nothing couM ilo, the Importance of good health, both ns an individual unJ national asret. It given Hjint to the suggestion, of ten emanating from this ollice, that eery)ody should guard their health in a priceless os. When you Und yourself running down nnd not exactly session. keyed up to the lighting pitch, a is the case with everybody at times. You ought to come to Nature's relief and take a course of COM-CEL-SA- R Horses from California, Vermont, Missouri. Illinois, Indiana, Ohio, Virginia, West Virginia, Kentucky. Tenn-- , essee, tleorgia, Alabama, Texas, New York, Massachusetts, I'ennsylvania, and tiiwu; anil perhaps other States will contest at the Ken- FARMERS For the next Legally guaranteed to satisfy you, or meiicy hack If you'll do that, you will not experience tho discomfiture of heing sent hack hum-- ! for Isck of red Mood when you answer the call of the colors. sells ol One Dollar tor threee lioxes, legally liver, kidney's, bowels, bladder, guaranteed for the blood and indigestion and headaches, rheumatism anil nervousness. SCIKNCi: SOl'K is best for HUMAN SKIN, only 10c a bar. 3 bars 25c. Try our COWItOY MNIMKNT, for all I'ains. bruise, burns, etc. 2.c and Wc bottles. STORMES DRUG STORE, Lancaster, Ky. Remedy Co. KY. Dakoto 37:2-3- Jack-White-Mo- on West Ilroadway, I.OUISV1I.I.K, Id 1Z DC This Summer Where? ASHEVILLE CALLS YOU Calls you to an ideal vacation IiIrIi upln the mountains of Wcttcrn North Carolina. Days full of interest, activity and sport nigius ot tcircsnine comiorr anu solid sleep. Renew your health In the clear, cool mountain air. Go camping In the woods climb the peaks play golf, tennis enjoy driving and mototlng. Dig, fine hotels or ijulcr, inexpensive places, whichever you prefer. trip fare. quote you th Ll utitblci, lit.r.tur. lowot rounj Intormtlton. furnUh Cell snj tltuivcl lime icetftt .gent or wiue " WW i' 1 rhocnlx Hotel Dldg? I H. C. KINO, Division Passenger Agent 118 East Main St. Lexington, Ky. mmiltmm m fviU ' ' cTWen We oiler free our Salt Deposit service to men in the training camps or nt the front. Ilcforu leaving home, every man should bring und bis valuables or important papers, keepsakes, correspondence other precious possessions to this Hank and we will arrange the space for keeping them safe during tho owner's absence without charge. There is always danger of loss, when valuables are kept at home. Serving The Colors. "Sfe 11. Citizens National Bank OF LANCASTER, KY. Vice I'rest. F. HUDSON. President. W. O. I'.ignby, Ass't Cash'r. Job W. F. CHAMP, J. J. WALKER. J. Walker, Jr., tishier. tucky State Fair September j Dollar Kx I 1H17. in the Ten Thousand Saddle Stallion. Marc or' hihit for best (elding any age. Beginning Monday night, the Stallions will show for SBOO. divided $1000, to first; Sfii'i to second; $373 to third; and to fourth for the Championilesides, to the winship of America, ner will biigiven a Sterling Silver cup vnlued ut Si'iO.i.nown and inscribed as Championship of Americo for Saddle DR. JESSE J. HENDREN. On Tuesday niht, the same Stallions. This picture, together with this amount, some division and rup will be While short sketch, which does not say hulf given for tho mares any age. on Wednesday night, tho same amount, that cculd be said about this fine young same division nnd cup will be given for man, will be of interest to friends und the gelding any age; and on Saturday lelatives thruout the county, us Dr. night September llith, the four money Hendren is a son of Mr. und Mrs. T. winners in each sex class will compete S. Hendren, tho eldest son of a bright for tho Orand Championship of Amer- family who have always stood at the ica for five gaited Saddle Horses, and head of their classes. Dr. Jesse J. Hendren was to have for which $2500, is set aside, divided jamo as in sex classes, and it Sterling finished his Medical Course at the In Silver Trophy will be given to the win- University of Tennessee in June. ner known and inscribed as Grand May Secretary Daniels asked the Uni Championship of America for Five versity for Assistant Surgeons in the U iii I oil States Naval Reserve Corps. (aited Saddle Horses, Since this stake was gotten up by Sixty young men of the graduating l'uhlic Subscription, there will bo No class tool; tho examination. Dr. Hen Entrance Fee Charged, or Nothing dren was one of the eight who passed. Deducted from Money Winners, and it These eight were graduated at that is safe to predict that the Greatest time and sent to the Nuvul Training Exhibition in Ihe history of the world Hospital at Philadelphia. L'M)n reaching there Dr. Hendren for Kive Gaited Saddle Horses will be took the uxamiiiHtipn for the Regular pulled olf at the coming KENTUCKY STATE FA1K. You cannot allord to Navy and wus one of 2G0 out of 3S0 These young graduate Not who passed. miss this WORLD'S EVENT. only will Horses but l'eople from near physicians have been preparing for in the Union, If not Naval Medical Commissions by promily every Stat from every State, will bo on hand to nent physicians under the direction of contest and witness this world's event Dr. It. A. llackman, head of the UnitTO ed States Nuva! Hospital. MAKE YOUR ARRANGEMENTS Dr. llackman said: "We have given ATT EN D. the future navy doctors advanced training in Burgicul, mental und nervous RESOLUTIONS. disease work. The nuvy surely will be Lancaster Lodge No. 101 F. and A. better o!T for the Inclusions of these M. und Chapter No. 51 R. A. M. young men." Lancaster, Ky, July Ulth 1917. Dr.'Hendren awaits further orders Whereas, it hus pleased Almighty in Philadelphia. He will be sent either God the Grund Architect of the Uni to the various navy yurds, on board u verse, to call from his labors on earth ship or be established abroad. to that season of refreshment In heav en which knows no ending, our honored Touoh, Sure 'Nuff. and respected brother und companion, High up on the Pst of tuoso who Mr. Richard A. llurnside, who depart- have no luck, says the Kaubas City ed this lire on Muy 30th 1117. therefore Stnr, U the man who advertised for a be it resolved; wife, and whoso first wlfo read the od and tanxd bdek (o him. 1st. That in the death of Iiro. llurnside our lodgo has lost u truo und loyal member, the community a useful citizen, the church a faithful member and the fumily a loving and devoted father, SAFETY-SERVIC2nd. That wo extend to tho bereav ed family our deepest sympathy in their SATISFACTION loss and commend them in prayerful tenderness to Him who alone has both The big 3 combination power and right to give and to take away as seeineth best In His sight. 3rd. That a copy of these resolutions when In The be spread upon the minutes of the lodge, a copy bo sent to Tho Central Record nnd one to the Masonic Home Journal for publication, und a copy bo Agency sent to the bereaved family, lOlh-lfit'.0 thirty days, we are making special prices on ill ROOFING, BOXING, NAILS, ETC. FRAMING, Buy now as prices this fall are sure to be ill higher. A. H. Bastin & Son As- We carry H. W. Johns Manvllle Famous bestos Roofing. WHITE day. SWAN We have opened up the Lancaster Elevator and Flour Mills and are running every We have an expert miller with us and are turning out as good Flour and Meal as can be found in the State. We wish to buy, store or deposit your wheat. We have plenty of new sacks and will appreciate your business. We pay the highest market price for Corn and Wheat. Phone 86. Insured 0 D. A. Thomas. 5-1- Walker, Lee & flicks. ' ON ROLL OF HONOR. J. E. Robinson Henley 11 as tin ( Committee II. S. Hudson j Also & 20 Year Farm Loans. . The Central Record, Thursday, Aug 2, 9 7. I 1 mm Having registered for' the Selective Army and liable for call at any time, I will, on .A. U g U 3 1 18th. 1917 at three oclock, sell to the highest bidder, my residence on Danville street, in Lancaster, Ky., and known as the " Frlsbie Property". The lot is 234 by 2 10 feet and the dwelling which is in splendid repair, contains eight rooms, electric lights, city water connections, front and rear porches, convenient cistern and spring. Has nice lot suitable for building, splendid garden and fruit. Property will be shown at any time previous to sale. Possession given January 1st, 19 18. d cash, balance in one and two years. Any information can be had by calling TERMS One-thir- on or writing ALE I , l I i DOTY LANCASTER ZY. Woof Woof! Any plan which Now She Understands Perfectly. MM Aseum "Po you know, I often wonder why a fhlp lias to welsh Its nnchor every time It leaves port." Mr. weight Dumley "Why er the I' constantly changing, jou know, be cause of the er blnnacleH nnd things that accumulate on the nnchor.' The Richest Time. Speaking about earthly thing", you ore richer when you are born thun when yon die. because when you lire born you have prospects. When you die you can't take n blame thing with you. regardless of the degree of success you uttalned on earth. Atchison Globe. Buried Treasure Recovered. King John of Hnglnnd Is credited having recovered In the thirteenth with century plate, coin and Jevels worth $1,000,000 or more that had been bur In place one led beneath the Itoman wnll In Northumberland, and It Is assumed that similar llnds In other places are still possible. Rcuoh Stough. To Indicate some of the difficulties that our language presents to foreigners, n subscriber sends us this : "I rat on the bough of u tree and began to rough, hut lug some dough In my mouth and my feet In a trough. I was not thoroughly tired, though roughly used. Wnsn't that tough?" Youth' Companion. j I'erclval "Will you tie annoyed If I rajoy n weed In jour presence?" Pa' The Library will not be open for the! tlencv "Not nt all. I look nt tonacnext two weeks as it is being moved to co in the fame light as liny. I don't new quarters. cat It myself, but I like to see others enjoy It." The food situation is the greatest j world problem today. avoid tends to increase production waste, reduce the cost or in any man ner aid in solving the problem of making the available food supply feed the world, is well worth careful consider;) tion. Mr I. K. I'erkins sold to Drown end Lawson. a nice bunch of c ittle at "eta. THREE CHAMPS IN COMING SPEEDWAY RACE Use Old Dominion Portland Cement. For sale by Hudson, Hughes & Far-naLOST: a Telephone test set. Howard If returned to the Hasten Telephone Co. SELLS FARM. T, Conn has recently sold his Mr. J. who have not already All person mailed their "Hoover pledge card" farm near Hiattsville, containing about The are urged to place a stamp on them fifty acres, to Mr. Woods Tudor. price was not given, though thought to and nend them at once to Washington. have been a good one. Possession will To remain beautiful eat in onion, j be given next January. halt a pound of cabbage or spinach, Fault:. half u prated turnip and a handful of "Kverybody has faults," (.aid Uncle ("""ibernea daily, Mrs. Anna I'eterson, ;ien. "De principle dllYeremv In folks itic science lecturer, told club i whether dey'n sorry for 'ein or proud a In St. I'aul. f 'em." .many'a dream of world conquest beon shuttered and the belief Word From D. cr Williams. ., ..one; nil classes there now is that the Dey ain't no ol" men nowadays; do de speedlu' war must end through diplomacy lather exercise of than by a brilliant victory.acciudini; to niobeels keeps 'em young. Atlanta Constitution. the German prisoners In Kngland. What They May Claim. claims to contain thn Hercules of the nation us well as the Prnns)lanla Trees Grew Once In Icy North. Lofty trees mire Inhabited ti'recn-lau- d mill nearly all of the Inhospitable-northerlauds. Trees of tin- - same norts as lire growing lodaj are found us fossil remain In countries where the climate Is now to harsh that hcarcely any tree will grow even a few Inches high. Pope. Was h St. Sllverlus was the pope and was supreme pontiff. XSO-He was elected when u sulideueon, and his year us pope was one of eon Vulcan. New York will no doubt put In a claim as the Midas of the land, Washington as the Jupiter, Itoston lis tho MIncrvn, and Osknlooa, Iowa, as And Chicago, wllh ten the Venus. chauges of weather at each perform-mice- , will put In Its claim as the The statement mad.' by Secretary Houston, that $700,000,000 worth of food per year is wasted in the American home bus caused the homo makers ' thrucut the country to pause and r whether they have been guilty and to what extent. cot;-aii Thel'3 it a general feeling in London that the excutioti of the tint spies caught would ko far in the United other?, SUte to.vard persuudin (! rimus ati well as neutrals, that such wo- . i extremely hazardous and very liU 'y toiave disastrous results. u man in llaltimore two fingers off his light hand in 01 !or tc escape military service after lilt number hud been drawn. He didn't gain anything by it. First, he was ton'ehceil to u year at hurd labor; but mure imp. rtant than that, lie was decorated with the Order of the Yellow Streak, membership lie will retain until he Koei to u coward's grave The misguided Marylander did not want to face the physical examination of the selective military service law. That is one The other day slid of the most important features of the drafting of an army to bear American honors in Europe. utaut trouble for resisting the cITortH of heretics to win lilm to their lews. I Worrying Always Weakens? lie was seized, carried Into exile, and ' Worrying Is always weakness. It is utter returning to Home was ImprisEarly Alfalfa Growers. nlwuys danger. In u heuse, though 111 treatment. The early American colonics made oned and died from often excusable mill sometimes mi several attempts to grow alfalfa, but nt oldnble. It Is cowardice; and cow In Public Life. without great success. Cleorge Washards, as Shakespeare tells us, "die ington grew trial pints of alfalfa on "To look lit me now, mum, )n" iimny times heforu tjielr death." Wi his Virginia farmland Thoiiias Jeffer- wouldn't think that I used to be In pub- may regard worry as the price paid bj uhl the tattered visitor. son gave considerable attention nnd lic life," humanity for advance In education cure to Its cultivation. Their efforts, "Dear luel" exclaimed the sympathet- and In rclhicmcnt of feeling; but It I:" however, proved unsatisfactory, since ic housewife. "Were you a member u higher price than need be paid.they did not understand all of the re- of congress., or something like that?" Exchange. quirements for the successful growth '.N'o, in ii ti. I was it train announcer In one of the largest railroad stations In of the plant. the country." Indians Utilized Irrloatlcn. How Lobster Gets Food. The Indian dlscowred for himself the science of Irrigation. Many of tho gets Ids food by followTho lobster Proorccjlvlloston. ing the suggestions of his long antenItoston bus tiled successfully the ex- tribes, Huch as the Crows ana, the nae, which sort over the articles In his periment of having open-ai- r moving Apaches, early mudo use of the river Immediate vicinity unci Inform him pictures which Is In Itself an advance bottoms for tint cultivation of their When tho condiwhich Lie edible and which tire not. In ('unserving public health. Hut Hus- staple croji corn. He cannot nee much nnd relies upon ton went still further and put on ex- tion of dryness came they would conhis lease of touch for dietetic Infor- hibition In public parks Dims which struct a rough tcmporury dam of log. mation. Ho loves to light, even In his were lessons In health and hygiene, with which they could divert the, wild state, not so much, It Is thought, by showing the evils of Insanitary sur- course of part of the stream Into their lands. There wero primitive ditches from cannibalism us ytu "mean- - roundings and the contrasts which DOM." which distributed tho water. remedies. wnshln'tho hoo!" Washing the Kose. Into n room full of company rushed DomiM. soaking wet from head to feet. "Why. Donald !" exclaimed his tistou-- j Lshed mother. ' where have jou been?" "I been," gulped Donald. "I been Matter of ttis Fiddle Dow. iii'wsp iper. under the headline. "Some Fiddler." reported n iollti re- fltal as follow: "Then Mr. Melt presented 'To u Wild Itose.' by McDowell nnd a 'Spanish Dance," by (Jranados. In these selections the artist displayed B wonderful command of the bow, changing Its position with such skill rapidity us not to interrupt the and melody." A iUCHEVR0LET TAYLOR Louis Chevrolet, Karl t ooper and Hilly Taylor, pictured above, aro the) winners of the three Host ln portant Speedway races held so far this season.) They will meet again at tne flnrjan.-'i- l Speedway on Labor Day, September 3,( In n race for a prize of Jlo.OOil. 1'rospccls aro that there will ho thirty or more starters In this race, Including all tho big stars now appearing In thn various high npeeds conic .is throughout the country, Non professional races and aviation exhibitions also will bo features of thn day's sport. WHAT CAN BE DONE WITH A FORD fra d Pictured above Is starter In ono of the several auto races wnicn win oo run in connection wim tno Army and Navy Bweopstakos 200-lullo race at tho Cincinnati Speedway on Labor Day, Scptomber 3. Tho car1 shown Is a couverted Ford, capable of doing more than CO miles an hour. races proved so exciting at tho Momorlal Day meat that These tho Cincinnati Speedway management decided to laborato on thorn for tn Day program. Labor v